Emil Uzelac emil at themeid.com
Tue Jun 28 04:38:45 UTC 2011

You would be surprised how many newbies are passing through the same
requirements on daily basis. Theme Check is a helper, not a guarantee that
any Theme will pass. Theme requirements are improving, not changing as often
as you mentioned.

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On Mon, Jun 27, 2011 at 11:24 PM, Angelo Bertolli <angelo.bertolli at gmail.com
> wrote:

> Since we're on the subject, I'd like to say Bruce isn't alone in being
> frustrated with theme rejects.  I've put hours into the theme I've worked on
> as well, and have tried uploading multiple times and gotten rejected.  And I
> had the same feeling as Bruce:  the theme requirements were changing so much
> I couldn't keep up.  By the time I got around to making the corrections,
> something seemed to have changed.  It doesn't bother me nearly as much
> because I am more of a hobbyist and haven't invested so much into it, but It
> can be very discouraging.  I'm afraid the end result may be a lot fewer
> people willing to build themes without compensation.
> The theme check plugin is really helpful though.  If the theme check plugin
> can one day guarantee (or at least virtually guarantee) acceptance and give
> feedback, that would be great.  (Also, it would help make reviewing themes
> go faster.)
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