Skinstr developer here, just wanted to chime in.Active Colors wrote:Not for rainmeter skins. There were at least three attemps to bring a better place for rainmeter skins during last several years, but all of them didn't blossom.
- Rainmeter Skin Gallery
I think for now deviantart stays the best home for thousands of rainmeter skins as well as the forums.
A lot of time has passed since me opening that thread I have never finished the projects, mostly due to burn out and lack of motivation (I was the only guy on the project and it's hard to stay motivated that way). I am happy to say that I never gave up on the idea though.
A year ago, after some time has passed from me abandoning the project, I posted a thread on reddit asking for a designer to join me in the project. I was lucky enough to have a great guy contact me and we have been working on and off on the project since.
Anyway, the web app is much more serious now, it has been 8 months in the work so far (though we had a "resting period"), and lately I have been working non-stop on it. I'm pretty proud of what we have achieved and if you were to look at the codebase now and back when the thing was on WordPress, you would laugh There is still work to do though, I don't expect to have the website finished in a month, I would say two months is more realistic, but it is being worked on and in my opinion, it will be an amazing and modern platform. It's backed by a rest api which will be exposed to developers that want to make use of it, all the rendering is done client-side and there is not a single reload from landing on the website (including when logging in/out).
Long story short, don't give up on us yet, I will open the thread on the forums when we will be close to launch, and I hope there will be people ready to help us out with testing and starting the web.