Thanks, but then Galaxy is no longer maintained and will die ?
Most certainly, yes. Galaxy is already dead and doesn't know it.
As an alternative GOG could have one of their python programmers to create and maintain these scripts instead of relying on 3rd party programmers. After all they are the ones who advertise platform integration.
It would suck if Galaxy dies, I also use Playnite too and appreciate it, but I still prefer how Galaxy works (well, when it does) and its overall aesthetic.
Still, GOG still uses Galaxy as their storefront and installer, so I don't get this approach which they seem to have of just letting it wither and die on the vine.
Either they move to a much slimmer app that deals only with GoG games and abandon this project. or they finally buck up and start paying attention to this app again. I just can't imagine it's *that* arduous a task to get EA App and Ubisoft integration working again using CD Projekt's own staff.