First, sorry for what may seem like whining - I am very thankful for all the code and Libraries that are available - this Arduino system and community are awesome and I really appreciate it all.
I will be using a DS1302 for a project and when I go to the page for the "Time" library (http://playground.arduino.cc/Code/Time) it leads you to a private commercial web page for the current version and then the Time library is not directly available there but seems to require that you install some Teensyduino installer in order to get the Time library. I realize that PS is a maintainer and major contributor to this library and others, but it just seems to me that there is something wrong with this current arrangement. It just seems that a common library we are "sharing" shouldn't be off on a commercial webpage that requires installation of software that I don't want that is intended for a commercial product that is not Arduino and will not be used. It seems like this current setup is very much intended to steer you onto that website and force you to install unwanted software and bring your attention to Teensyduino. I have no idea what Teensyduino installer may do to my current setup and don't want to find out, and don't want that added to my system.
It looks like the Time library was available directly in the past, but for newer versions that has been redirected as indicated above.
Am I the only one who thinks this is wrong? Shouldn't there be a copy of the current Time library that is available standalone? Why can't the maintainer split out just the Time library as a zip? If this is available somewhere and I missed it (I just followed the obvious links), could someone please hit me with a link.