[theme-reviewers] theme review query

Chip Bennett chip at chipbennett.net
Wed Feb 5 20:26:59 UTC 2014

In general, when finding issues, you should note them in the ticket, and
allow the developer time to resolve the issues and re-upload. The workflow
is designed to allow multiple revisions to proceed in a single ticket, as
necessary, until ultimate Theme approval.

You should only close a ticket for egregious issues, issues that cannot
feasibly be resolved in a timely manner, or due to lack of developer
response. (Note: I generally close tickets after one week with no developer
response to reviewer comments.)

On Wed, Feb 5, 2014 at 3:17 PM, rabin shrestha <sun_ravi90 at yahoo.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> I have a query. If we find any issues (Notices, Warnings or any required
> issues) in previously approved theme while reviewing for it's version
> update. Should we resolve it as not approved or should we keep the ticket
> open and comment on the ticket for calling theme author to fix the issue
> and upload the new version.
> or should we point out issues, approve the theme and ask theme author to
> fix it in next version. What will be the best approach
> Regards,
> Rabin
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