🔗 Third Party Modules in Squid
Squid offers many different interfaces and API for extension, and has for quite some time. The number and power of these interfaces has grown in time, as has their usefulness. Finding those plugins may be a hard task for the interested users; the purpose of this page is to help extension modules’ authors make their work known to users.
The Squid Development Team cannot in any way offer any warranty, or take any responsibility, on any third-party code. e did not write it, and we cannot support nor maintain it.
🔗 Self-distributed modules
Authors who wish to self-distribute their add-on modules can publish a feature-like page pointing to their work in the Third-party modules registry.
There are several providers such as github, sourceforge or launchpad that can be used to host modules. This wiki can be used to help with discoverability
🔗 Bundled modules
The Squid Team is also open to requests from third-parties to bundle extension modules with the Squid releases. We are currently developing a set of guidelines to help ease the distribution integration. Until they are finalized, we ask interested parties to them for tracking and apply with the project MergeProcedure.
🔗 Modules Registry
Here’s an auto-generated list of available third-party modules.