good insights, thank you all for posting! (and apologies for my lag)
anything in the maiden catalog should have a url, which to me is sufficient. the author can choose where they interact and share their work.
or if the author does not want to be in the catalog, that works too because we have
;install — ie, if an author simply wants to broadcast experiments from a disconnected blog.
if people want to start pages for unrepresented scripts i think that’s also fine if permission is requested and granted— particularly on norns.community, which we envisioned both as a catalog and documentation repository. it makes less sense to start Library threads, as most of the discussion tends to be questions and bug reports and feature requests: an author should start that if they want to engage at that level.
i don’t think there will be an authoritative always-up-to-date list: that’s just not how the internet works, and we have no intention of making norns also be some sort of gatekeeper. if someone wants to start a thread for “off-map discoveries” for linking scripts not located in the library/catalog/community that’d be one way of tracking/announcing “hidden” works.