[theme-reviewers] Getting The Review Queue Back On Track
jamielaws at gmail.com
Thu Dec 15 03:40:14 UTC 2011
I love this. I've been out of commission for sometime now due to work and
other business ventures but I hope to get back to reviewing soon. These new
review processes are going to help things a lot I believe.
On Thu, Dec 15, 2011 at 10:23 PM, Justin Tadlock
<justin at justintadlock.com>wrote:
> I'll be back in the game a bit too now that I'm no longer working for
> DevPress. I've got a little extra time. In fact, I'll start back tonight.
> On 12/14/2011 7:52 PM, Chip Bennett wrote:
> Please read; comments welcome!
> The TL;DR list of changes:
> - Anyone who requests a ticket to review, and then completes their
> assigned review, will be given full “reviewer” status in Theme-Trac
> - We’re adding a fourth tier to the prioritization, which will become
> the new #2 priority: tickets that have been in the review queue for longer
> than two weeks, regardless of previous review/approval status
> - Any review-based Theme revision that is submitted within two days of
> the previous review will be assigned to the previous-ticket reviewer, and
> the review continued on the new ticket
> - W3C Validation criticality is being reduced from REQUIRED to
> RECOMMENDED, and Theme reviewers will no longer make review comments
> regarding W3C Validation
> - The Theme Review Team will no longer emphasize complete and thorough
> reviews, and will instead close tickets upon observation of any non-trivial
> As always, this is an evolving experiment; we're still/always trying to
> improve. Thank you, all, for your continued contributions as Theme
> developers and reviewers!
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