I initially pushed for this as well, but Oyyo has incorporated certain features that aren't available to all editor ranks. If he put it out there in the webstore or other "public" area, it could be reverse-engineered to circumvent these restrictions.
Ok, fine, I can understand that. Then it needs to keep a local copy of what the loader downloads cached, and then if the loader can't contact the server for some reason, you've still got a working toolbox. Doing this would create even less of a load on that server, since the loader app would only have to actually download a new copy if there's an updated version or a change to your editor rank level.
There's a lot of people using this Toolbox app. Having them all rely on a server to get the app each time they want to use it (AKA, a single point of failure) creates a lot of headaches for those who use it. It's extremely
aggravating to be trying to do map edits and have a tool that you rely on just suddenly disappear or stop working.
As illustrated every time the server goes down or other reasons for things like this happening.
Seriously. It needs
to be made "server fault tolerant." Keeping the last downloaded version cached and only downloading when a new version is available (or the cache gets wiped for some reason) would go a long way towards accomplishing that.