A lot of your stuff is available this way, and it makes upkeep much more convenient. Yet some, like Telerik.Web.Spreadsheet.dll do not appear to be available that way. I am just curious what the reasoning behind that is.
This causes us to have to maintain a binary folder with the DLLs being checked into source control so that our build server can access it. So now instead of just updating a nuget package, we have to install any updates and remember to copy them over to our binary folder.
It is not universe ending or anything, but I just don't understand why you put some tools in your nuget server and some (in the same software package) you do not.