[theme-reviewers] To continue reviewing ..

john at webdesignlessons.com john at webdesignlessons.com
Sun Mar 4 06:10:03 UTC 2012

Current guideline is to not approve the theme when you come accross the first major issue and move on to next theme...

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From: Paul Appleyard <paul at spacecat.com>
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Date: Sun, 04 Mar 2012 16:01:20 
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Subject: [theme-reviewers] To continue reviewing ..

I've just finished reviewing a theme with massive levels of flags 
against approval, even before unit testing.

Is there a time when you document such an extensive number of strikes 
against a theme that you can mark it not approved and move on to a theme 
who's author has made a concerted effort to read and follow the 
guidelines? Even if you haven't completed all the testing? I spent a lot 
of time trying to come to grasp with it's extra 'features', due to very 
poor documentation, as well - and the author hasn't even bothered 
responding to  a question I posted on the ticket.

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