Hi Simone, If they’re specifically written for ClassicPress and do not contain extra code, references, and documentation for WordPress, they can usually go on the list.
However, I’ll be unable to add the cpvars plugin as it executes PHP code as a feature. Really bad idea – this greatly increases the chances of WSOD and hacked sites. To be clear, I’m not saying the plugin can’t be listed in the directory; I have no control over that. But, this list, which is just a random forum post that I’ve created, will be unable to list a plugin with such a glaring issue.
The other plugin can be added to the list. To maintain the readability of the list, the description is limited to 300 characters. Please feel free to message or post a description here and I’ll get it added.