[theme-reviewers] Trac tickets for review feedback
dave at 943productions.com
Sat Jun 19 04:17:13 UTC 2010
Since there will be a lot of people running previous versions of WP (I just upgraded a new client from 2.8.4), why not provide some indication what version of WP this is tested with? That way as the theme repository ages, the data still has relevance.
I find the WP version information for plugins invaluable.
On Jun 18, 2010, at 6:05 PM, Chip Bennett wrote:
> On one hand, I'm not sure that we should be requiring the latest-and-greatest
> everything. But, I think the goal of raising the bar for quality of themes
> hosted in the repository is laudable. So, to that end, it would probably be
> for the best for us to revise our standards after every new version of
> I would suggest a couple of things, though:
> 1) Allow a grace period (two weeks? a month?) following each WP version
> 2) Keep the Codex well-documented with each requirement added with each WP
> version release.
> (I'll be happy to work on Codex things. I should have some time this weekend.)
> Chip Bennett
> chip at chipbennett.net
> On Friday 18 June 2010 6:28:16 pm Joseph Scott wrote:
>> On Fri, Jun 18, 2010 at 5:24 PM, Cipr.vb <cypr.vb at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Are we reviewing for Wordpress 3.0 exclusively? or 2.9.x too ?
>> My rule of thumb is to test with the latest release version of WP,
>> today that would be 3.0. The next question is, of course, should we
>> require support for all of the WP3.0 features? Probably the biggest
>> for themes with be menu support.
>> For new themes, yes, I think they should be adding menu support. It's
>> such a huge user issue that I think ignoring it will be a pain for
>>> When accepted a theme on Trac, how fast should the review be done?
>> Well, I'd like to see them reviewed with in a day usually. That's a
>> goal that right now we are still working towards.
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