[theme-reviewers] Annotum 1.1 Submission questions
edward.caissie at gmail.com
Mon Jan 21 17:34:05 UTC 2013
If Annotum Base 1.1 is ready for review then you should be able to submit
it through the normal process. Given that your theme has been approved for
special consideration it should still upload correctly although you may see
error messages during the process. Please advise if you have trouble
uploading the new version and we can look into this further.
As to Child-Themes, simply upload them in the same fashion as you would
upload the "Base" theme.
On Mon, Jan 21, 2013 at 12:16 PM, Carl Leubsdorf, Jr. <carl at solvitor.com>wrote:
> Hello Theme Reviewers,
> The Annotum Base theme is now at version 1.1 and it's time to update the
> WordPress.org version. I've performed the theme unit tests and review
> Both my own tests and the automated tests that occur on upload generate a
> number of warnings related to the inclusion of DOMPDF (file operations,
> cURL, etc). This was noted in the initial submission of Annotum Base 1.0
> as part of the 'special case' for approval:
> Two questions:
> 1. How can I submit Annotum Base 1.1 if the automated test fails, given
> the special circumstances? Annotum 1.1 makes a large number of
> improvements as well as critical bug fixes that are essential to it working
> properly with WordPress 3.5. People can upload/update manually, but since
> some 144k people have downloaded from WordPress.org it would be ideal if
> they could be notified and update automatically.
> 2. I understand that child themes are now supported on WordPress.org. It
> would be great if we could make the Annotum Sans child theme available
> along with Annotum Base. How do I do that?
> Both themes are available on
> https://github.com/Annotum/Annotum/wiki/Downloads and the v1.1 release
> notes are at
> Thanks very much for any help or advice!
> Carl Leubsdorf, Jr.
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