[theme-reviewers] how small can an update be? ;)

Otto otto at ottodestruct.com
Sun Jun 22 03:55:47 UTC 2014

If the update is basically meaningless or of no value, then by all means,
please tell the author no and do not approve it.

If this needs to be made into a new rule, then I would suggest "updates
must be of substance" or some such thing.

We will, and have, shut down plugins for making overly frequent and
meaningless updates. There is no reason not to hold themes to the same


On Sat, Jun 21, 2014 at 6:46 AM, carolina poena <myazalea at hotmail.com>

> Maybe  I'll recieve some hating for this but  that's OK; I mean, prio 1 on
> "Code reformatting: Changed spaces to tabs"  and "fixing casing on class
> names"?
> Sure it's a very fast review but when the previous update for the same
> theme was 7 days ago, and another update 4 days before that, one week
> before that and so on,  those could easily(?) have been merged into one
> update and lessened our workload.
> Yes you know who you are ;)
> I feel like my time is better spent on themes that have waited 3 weeks for
> a first review rather than copy pasting "diff review, no issues found"  for
> non critical updates x number of times a week ;)
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