CAD Blocks for Blender?
This should be the simplest of things, but it's a bit of a pain when not in place.
If this does not exist in some form elsewhere already, is there any way to work with CAD blocks (2d furniture templates, 2d cars, entourage, that kind of stuff) in Blender? Hopefully with a library manager that connects to a public repository where people can contribute content. I've been using Archipack in Blender for early stage design layouts (and will create construction drawings in Blender as I grow more confident). I usually need to quickly layout furniture arrangements for discussion purposes, for which I don't need the added file size and complexity of 3d objects or 3d renders. I typically bring in cad blocks previously downloaded and converted to DXF and then imported to Blender from free (but not open source) sites but I've found this process inconvenient and needing a lot of time. BlenderKit is a good example of a fairly well integrated asset library for Blender (albeit for 3d content) and might therefore be a good template to follow, however, it might be useful to think beyond just Blender, same way that sites that provide CAD blocks don't cater to just Autocad.
Given we're looking at interoperability, perhaps it would make sense to build a library for the OSArch ecosystem so Archipack, BlenderBim, Freecad, etc don't have to reinvent the wheel every time and maintain separate libraries. Ditto other aspects of annotation in construction documentation that will benefit from a smart integration of an ecosystem of shared resources.