Hey, just chiming in! I wonder if anyone else considers it useful to think of plugins as categorised into two types:
- read-only plugins – e.g., UI/UX features, visualisations, query, search, and other extensions that never modifies existing notes.
- read-write plugins – ones that can modify notes like special formatting tools, for example.
Perhaps this is a non-problem for people who keep versioned backups (git?), but I think it would be super useful as a non-git-savvy user if I’m assured that installing a plugin won’t modify the contents any of my notes.
Just curious if anyone else has opinions or thoughts on this!