[theme-reviewers] PressWork 1.0.3

Chip Bennett chip at chipbennett.net
Tue Aug 30 16:32:22 UTC 2011


What would you recommend?

We're doing our best to make the process known to everyone. I've included
the WPTRT workflow in two WordCamp presentations
video *still* pending for both).

The SVN-Extend synchronization is manual, without even any built-in means of
notification of Themes that require synchronization. We're doing the best we
can with the resources/systems we currently have.

Speaking generally: I think Otto's main point is to be reasonable and
patient. Asking within a day of the Theme being approved in Trac is neither.
Asking over a weekend - which is the only time most of us have to spend with
our families - is neither. We really don't need to put in explicit rules, do
we? That seems like overkill to me.

*Otto: perhaps we could modify the Trac-approval email message, to that it
better reflects the workflow?*


On Tue, Aug 30, 2011 at 11:05 AM, Doug Stewart <zamoose at gmail.com> wrote:

> On Tue, Aug 30, 2011 at 11:54 AM, Otto <otto at ottodestruct.com> wrote:
> > It's fine for special cases (critical security fixes), or if you think
> > that it might have been missed in the queue, but this sort of request
> > is becoming far too commonplace. When we have people asking about
> > their theme getting pushed on the same day that it got approved in the
> > first place, then it's gone too far.
> >
> This needs to be communicated to theme authors somehow, then. As it
> stands, the process is opaque to the end user and the "Your theme has
> been approved" email from Trac suggests that it should go live ASAP,
> yet there's a lag with no real indicators as to overall progress.
> --
> -Doug
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