Problem: There are tons of repositories. Every developer just wants to get discovered. So what do they do? They make our installer look messy, unorganized, and impossible to navigate. They make random 'categories' that will stick out, most of them are in the wrong place (ie: there's already a category for SMB themes, you don't need to make a category titled 'yourplace.com>SMB THEMES!!1!'. Solution: Standardization. Nobody HAS to do it, but I'm sure that once the developers come to realize that nobody likes the unorganized mess of an 'installer', they'll at least consider it. Once we have enough sources that have at least ONE repository that's standardized (yes, you can have two repositories for one sources) we can add all of those sources to a "program" that installs the standardized sources. What do you all think?