[theme-reviewers] Theme Developers should get a chance for fixing issues?

Josh Pollock jpollock412 at gmail.com
Thu Nov 28 20:01:10 UTC 2013

Most people will leave the ticket open and give the developer an
opportunity to resubmit. Personally, I only close tickets when the
developer isn't making an effort to actually test issues before
resubmitting, as I don't think it's my job as a reviewer to do a
developer's QA or bug testing.

Honestly this isn't much of an issue since we've eliminated waiting times
for reviews. If a ticket is closed as not approved, when they open a new
ticket it will get reviewed in about the same amount of time as it would
take if the ticket was still open, possibly faster.

On Thu, Nov 28, 2013 at 6:36 AM, Swagata Das <swagata_das at siteobtain.com>wrote:

>  Hello all and my senior reviewers, after joining reviewer team over
> these days I followed many tickets to learn more. In many cases I noticed
> some of us while reviewing a theme ain't giving any chances to the
> developer for fixing issues by directly setting it as "not approved" and
> that's what I did once in my first time too. My opinion is that we should
> give a chance to the developer for fixing those issues instead of setting
> the resolution as "not approved" in first comment. Looking for your
> opinion...
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