The PowerShell Gallery and PowerShellGet have just been updated to provide new features, performance improvements, and a new modern design.
NOTE: This post has important information for publishers in the “Accounts and publishing” section.
As of today, PowerShellGet is an open source project, and both the PowerShellGet and PackageManagement modules are available in the PowerShell Gallery. Moving PowerShellGet to Open Source PowerShellGet is now a repo under github.com/PowerShell. Of course, the PackageManagement module is already open-sourced as it is part of the OneGet pro
Quality and trust of PowerShell Gallery content have been a concern since the beginning. These issues were somewhat addressed with peer-monitoring via the Report Abuse and Contact Support links on each module details page. We even implemented a new cmdlet, Save-Module, which allowed users to assess a module’s contents befor
We are excited to announce that, as of today, the PowerShell Gallery will accept registration from any users who wish to publish PowerShell modules and share their work with the world. For the past year, the PowerShell Gallery has been slowly adding content from our closest community contributors, most of whom are Most Valuable Professionals (