It would be cool if telescope/fz could search for neovim plugins on github to get a similar search-and-install experience when you’re in other editors. (have a bot repo that crawls github for (neo)vim plugins and stores the relevant info like repo name and keywords, have the fuzzy finders search that metadata, render the readme in the preview?)
I’m not sure the utility for this though. I think most of the value of these kind of search-and-install systems is to get you up and running quickly when you’re new to the editor. if you choose to start learning/try out neovim/vim, the goal of “up and running quick” is over before you can say vim.
having said that there is still value in the discoverability aspect of searching for something like “search and replace” and finding all the search and replace plugins out there.