[theme-reviewers] Payment Option for Theme Reviews
emil at uzelac.me
Thu Jul 31 21:22:09 UTC 2014
Just had a nice chat with Jen on Skype and here are some suggestions:
With the help of few volunteers, we need to go back and look at reviews
from the past year to identify the errors that we catch most often.
Once we got this information in we could then incorporate into Theme Check
(or similar) and *automate*.
We will be looking into smaller and basic errors, nothing to complex, or
issues that require special handling.
#1 priority themes should be reviewed in right away, not tomorrow or day
after, how about if we do the same for #2?
For #3 and #4 priorities to be reviewed within 48hrs?
This will clear-out the backlog and the process will be much faster.
Admins would still carry out their duties and reviewers as well.
On Thu, Jul 31, 2014 at 4:06 PM, Otto <otto at ottodestruct.com> wrote:
> On Thu, Jul 31, 2014 at 4:00 PM, Thomas from ThemeZee <
> contact at themezee.com> wrote:
>> Relating to the admin bottle-neck: What about appointing trusted /
>> experienced theme reviewers? They can perform second reviews of the
>> "approved themes but not marked live" list. Since they are experienced they
>> will find issues quickly. They should not be allowed to mark themes as
>> live, but are able to reopen tickets.
> For what it's worth, anybody can do that right now. You don't have to be
> "assigned" a ticket to leave comments on it. You don't need to reopen it to
> tell an author there are problems you've found.
> I honestly never liked the assigning of tickets in the first place. It's
> too rigid, IMO. I realize that we need order and fairness, but the
> assignment system seems to imply that there is only one reviewer per theme,
> and that's absolutely not the case. If you want to go pick a waiting theme
> at random, find problems in it, and post them in that ticket, then by all
> means, do so. A problem discovered but not posted helps nobody.
> There's nothing preventing anybody from reviewing any theme they want at
> any time, just by leaving comments on a ticket to tell a theme author about
> the issues. If a theme is fully good by the time admins get to it, then
> it's quicker all around, no? Okay, it's more disorderly. But we're all
> adults; we can deal with a little disorder.
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