I was wondering is their a tentative list of monetization plugins that are going to be opened source. If none that is fine, just want to know if I should bother making a native plugin or wait for the open source plugin then I can make the change to.
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o_O. I think you should try by yourself. I don't think Open Source would allow you to create a revenue share plugin for Corona. My asks are much more simple:
1. Admob (paid) would be nice to fully implement the multiple unitIds. I forget but it is partially implemented. You can ask for a load of a unitId and show a unitid, but you can't see if it is loaded.
2. Appodeal. The native appodeal allows you to send crash reports to Appodeal the one we have does not. There is also a bunch of useful property on the appodeal native that we don't have.
3. Startapp. The new startapp allows you to reward users with cryptocurrency for rewarded video ads. I think it is a gimmick that will die but I'll try anything especially since they are providing a sign-up bonus.
4. Flurry plugin on my native apps, I use flurry configuration and notification services. I can't do that on Corona.
5. AppsFlyer doesn't correctly interpret the sandbox flag on iOS.
@egruttner, unfortunately, we have a technical issue that we can't solve on the revenue share version of AdMob. We likely cannot do this.
@agramonte, I'm not sure I've seen requests for any of these items. Those don't look terribly difficult to implement (well the first two at least). I don't know about what's involved with adding the cryptocurrency support, but I also don't know what APIs would need to be changed. Seems to be a reward is a reward and it's just a value.
Flurry's other services sounds like some work, and perhaps it would make sense for those to be new plugins. I don't see why someone in the community could build a FlurryConfiguration or a FlurryNotifications plugin.
We probably should look into the AppFlyer thing. That sounds like a bug. Maybe file that as an issue on GitHub.
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