[theme-reviewers] Is WP_DEBUG really important, or is it just to take the load of ?
chip at chipbennett.net
Sun Oct 10 17:16:32 UTC 2010
We only review Themes. We don't review Plugins. We have absolutely NO
control over anything that happens in the Plugin Repository.
(For that matter, we have absolutely NO control over Themes already in the
Theme Repository. We only deal with Themes being submitted, as updated or
new, to the Theme Repository.)
Why do you say that not allowing PHP errors and Deprecated Function Calls
makes no sense? To the contrary: what sense does it make not to fix those
Theme Review Team
On Sun, Oct 10, 2010 at 12:07 PM, Satish Gandham <satish.iitg at gmail.com>wrote:
> Why are WP_DEBUG notices given so much importance, Is it to take load of
> the reviewers?
> The reason why I'm asking this is BuddyPress throws lot of notices, and it
> still continues to be in the plugin repository.
> How do you justify accepting a plugin with lots of notices and not
> accepting a theme with few notices, are these notices really harmful?
> I don't think so, if they were, they would be shown as warnings.
> Don't tell me that it's a plugin and can not be compared it with themes, a
> theme can do every thing a plugin does.
> *My theme, SWIFT is used on thousands of blogs without any problems, *still
> i cant get it to be accepted into the repository for reasons that don't
> really make sense.
> You can check the support forum here, http://swiftthemes.com/forums/
> You wont find a single problem that points to the notices.
> You can find BuddyPress throwing lot of notices with the default theme. I
> don't have any problems modifying my code to get rid of notices, but wasting
> my time on this when BuddyPress is showing lot of notices by default doesn't
> make sense to me.
> ScreenShot of notices from BuddyPress
> Satish Gandham
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