edward.caissie at gmail.com
Wed Aug 18 14:43:15 UTC 2010
I look at any single significant item as a reason to resolve a theme to
"not-accept" and a courtesy to continue with a general review for other
It is completely the authors responsibility to meet all of the expected
standards and criteria it is not the theme reviewer's responsibility to test
beyond a reasonable limit if issues are found.
On Wed, Aug 18, 2010 at 10:36 AM, yulian yordanov <yul.yordanov at gmail.com>wrote:
> Summarizing my experience in theme testing, I think if a theme is missing
> license it should not be tested further. In most cases it is just omitted
> but there exist an hypothesis certain themes to be submitted only for
> testing and reviewing. Since this is a voluntary activity it's better not
> speculate with it.
> And in this way of thoughts it will be useful if the process of license
> checking is (somehow) automatized during upload.
> Yulian <Fingli>
> P.S. Do you read the license.txt attached to themes you test? ;)
> Юлиян Йорданов
> Yulian Yordanov
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