I'm completely new to Conversant so I'd like to ask a question that'll influence my shift from Manila. I've got a lot invested in Manila plug-ins, those I've written myself and others. Is Conversant's plug-in architecture compatible with Manila's in any way? I'd expect there to be some differences not least due to Manila's quirkiness, but in principle can we easily port Manila plug-ins to Conversant? Do you have any recommendations for would-be plug-in developers, specifically on how best to share extensions to Conversant?
Thanks for offering an evaluation copy. I'll be taking a look for myself!
And good luck with Conversant!