Now, we just need someone to make an API add-in that hooks into BitBucket (somehow), and downloads and installs macros automatically into the Revit session :-) We would essentially have an unlimited store of easily accessible plugins in an open source repository ... cool, huh?
To submit code, you should login or register for Bitbucket, then send a message to:
Harry can give you write access.
A public Git repository for sharing Revit Macros at BitBucket | Boost Your BIM - making Revit even better
If you want to learn more about it and code sharing generally, check out
What is version control, and why should you care? | Boost Your BIM - making Revit even better
@lukeyjohnson @AYBABTM @UnderNDA @TroyGates @JayZallan @davidfano Here's a public repo w/issue tracker & wiki https://t.co/aMocXF6tet
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