[theme-reviewers] input from theme reviewers - top do's and don'ts
chip at chipbennett.net
Thu Jan 26 01:12:58 UTC 2012
Er, that link might not work :)
On Wed, Jan 25, 2012 at 7:11 PM, Chip Bennett <chip at chipbennett.net> wrote:
> I think those will make great presentation points, Kirk!
> If it will be helpful, feel free to use anything you need from my WC
> presentations (all of which, so far, involve Theme development and review):
> What kinds of examples/code/comments are you looking for?
> On Wed, Jan 25, 2012 at 7:03 PM, Kirk Wight <kwight at kwight.ca> wrote:
>> Hello all theme reviewers,
>> I'll be giving a presentation at our next WordPress dev meetup (Montreal)
>> about theme review; the process in general, and code requirements/best
>> practices for a successful submission. While I obviously won't be speaking
>> officially for the TRT, I'd like some input from you all regarding some
>> content. Any appropriate examples with your comments would be greatly
>> appreciated too!
>> Top three do's for getting your theme accepted:
>> - Make sure your theme meets all of the requirements. ALL of them. If
>> you're unsure about a requirement, don't submit it and hope for the best -
>> ask on the mailing list and do it correctly before submitting.
>> - Develop with WP_DEBUG true, and with the Theme Check, Log
>> Deprecated Notices, and Debug Bar plugins activated.
>> - Subscribe to the theme-reviewers mailing list, as well as the TRT
>> P2 site to stay up-to-date.
>> Top three don'ts for getting your theme rejected:
>> - Don't try to "game the system": coding around issues rather than
>> solving them, spammy links, base64_decode, submitting under different
>> - Don't be abusive or threatening
>> - Don't be vague about licensing; all themes in the theme repo must
>> be 100% GPL-compatible, and explicitly declared so (this includes all code
>> and binaries, such as images and icons)
>> theme-reviewers mailing list
>> theme-reviewers at lists.wordpress.org
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