AL ;75863075]I'm not too familiar with Magisk so forgive my ignorance here. But aren't the modules just as the old custom recovery flashable zips? If so, why would a repository be beneficial if they are (as I understand) just phone/rom/setup very specific tweaks?
A repo would be beneficial because:
a) official repo doesnt have all the latest mods, takes time to add them, they are managed by 1 person
b) they are here, on XDA, so I need to browse XDA either way to find them, it would just be easier
c) its basically analogue to Xposed, both are mods, done on XDA, extend the functionalities of devices, depend on container that needs to be installed for it to work, hugely popular, need to be enabled in the managers after install, need reboots after install/update, etc.. the question would be why is one supported and the other not?
The only difference is basically that ones are apps and others are zips. But everything except that is the same (user facing). By the same logic one would ask why are apps that use Xposed in their own category as they could just be next to all other apps?