[theme-reviewers] What happened here?
birch at birchware.se
Thu Mar 8 23:21:24 UTC 2012
Thank you for a very clarifying, and fast, answer.
For an outsider like me, it's rather hard to figure out how things work.
You gave me another piece of the jigsaw. Thanks.
On 2012-03-09 00:03, Amy Hendrix wrote:
> Whenever you upload a new version, add a comment to the previous one
> with a link to the new ticket -- your reviewer won't automatically see
> the new ticket, but they *will* continue to get messages from the old
> one, even after it's closed, and pick up the new version (as long as
> you upload a new one within a few days, as you did).
> If you've done that, you may need to wait more than an hour for them
> to pick up the new ticket: we're spread across time zones and have
> jobs and families, after all ;) There's no need to worry about which
> category your theme ended up in: while the previously-approved or
> previously-not-approved label is determined by your most recent
> review, your reviewer will know to pick it up whichever bucket it
> happens to be in.
> Questions/clarifications about the specifics of the review are
> probably best handled in-ticket, because they know your specific case
> better than the rest of us, and anyway, it's best for future versions
> to have the whole ticket history behind them.
> On Thu, Mar 8, 2012 at 5:56 PM, Mats Birch<birch at birchware.se> wrote:
>> I've got a question for you, who know how these things work.
>> I just upgraded my theme, and got a "not approved" review. I am a bit
>> curious, because none of the things remarked upon have been changed since
>> the previous version were approved, with no mentions of those things.
>> How did that happen?
>> I of course fixed, within an hour, most of it, and commented on the ticked,
>> asking if I had done enough.
>> I got no answer.
>> Is that because a reviewer is disconnected from a ticket once they closed
>> Anyway, I uploaded it anyway (what else to do?) and, much to my surprise, I
>> found it in the "Priorty 3 queue", last of the last, so to speak. Wouldn't
>> it be smoother if the reviewer could check the new one while he/she sort of
>> knows it?
>> The theme's last ticket is: http://themes.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/6839
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