[theme-reviewers] Assign ticket and few questions

Chip Bennett chip at chipbennett.net
Sun Nov 3 01:10:38 UTC 2013

Paginated navigation is definitely *Theme* territory, as it is
presentational. (Though it is also fine to integrate support for pagination
Plugins, such as WP PageNavi.) Normally, Themes will use paginate_links(),
which all but requires being used within a wrapper function to
control/define the output.

If a developer doesn't appear to be putting in a sincere effort to resolve
review comments, then just close the ticket as "not approved", and move on
to a different ticket. There are plenty of developers who are more than
willing to work with reviewers to get their Theme through the review
process and ultimately approved.

Thanks for contributing!


On Sat, Nov 2, 2013 at 8:35 PM, Stanko Metodiev <stanko at metodiew.com> wrote:

> Hi there,
> I'm helping to a friend with reviewing one theme and I left few comments
> in tickets. Could you somebody of the admins assigned ticket to me?
> Ticket: https://themes.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/15010
> Username: metodiew
> Also I have few question:
> In functions.php I noticed function called "sblog_pagenavi" which makes
> page navigation, but I'm not sure if this is ok or belong to plugin
> territory?
> Also, what is the approach (besides patience) with an author who obviously
> doesn't read / fix all the errors in the previous ticket? :)
> All the best,
> --
> Stanko Metodiev,
> WordPress Developer
> @metodiew
> http://metodiew.com/
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