[theme-reviewers] Trac tickets for review feedback

Dave Grossman dave at 943productions.com
Sat Jun 19 05:47:28 UTC 2010

Good point. But are those features listed in the testing criteria? Do submitters have that criteria available to them as part of the submission process? It probably behooves us to make available a timeline of when new submissions need to have what new features.

And if we collect data on theme color, number of columns, etc. why not also collect data on whether a theme features the new 3.0 features? That helps the fully featured themes stand out.

Dave Grossman

On Jun 18, 2010, at 11:04 PM, Joseph Scott wrote:

> The problem I have with listing just the version is that it isn't
> granular enough.  If a theme is marked as supporting WP3.0 does it
> support custom menus, custom backgrounds/colors, custom headers,
> custom post types, or custom taxonomies?  To say a theme supports
> WP3.0 doesn't really mean anything.  To say that a theme supports
> custom menus means much more.
> I agree with Chips suggestions.  I don't think that waiting until July
> before we really push all new themes to support custom menus is a
> problem.
> On Fri, Jun 18, 2010 at 10:17 PM, Dave Grossman <dave at 943productions.com> wrote:
>> 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.
> -- 
> Joseph Scott
> joseph at josephscott.org
> http://josephscott.org/

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