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  • Because it’s a plugin, and readily available. Not everyone wants image-handling utilities, so to have it as a plugin satisfies those who want it and those who don’t.

    WordPress is designed specifically to be extensible, which is why there is such a great variety of plugins available, and more are in development all the time.

    It’s a nice plugin, but there issues with it – yo’ure obviously ultra enthusiastic about it, and that’s nice. It’s “based” upon another image plugin where the auhor hasn’t updated it for a while. I contacted the author for the possibly of updating his plugin, I personally find many things that could work better with IImage Browser, and it’s interface is rather fugly. You also have to hack the admin area to make the interface work better.

    It’s a good plugin and curently I use it too, but it’s better as a plugin simple because the author can continually develop it without people having to download a new copy of WP. Think of the way WP works in a similar fashion to Firefox. You have an excellent base (though many weeks ago I would have said DIE DIE DIE!), and then you build on it what you want personally. It gives each individual the choice to add whatever they want, hwoever they want. Don’t like Iimage? You can use something else, but the option is there.

    Well a more longwinded explanation of what NM said :p

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