Fwd: Filelink for Large Attachments - Alternative Filelink provider

Kent James kent at caspia.com
Thu Aug 8 20:41:51 UTC 2013

Two months is longer than usual, but not outside of the normal 
variation. In the last editor report, 71% of initial full reviews were 
taking more than 10 days. There are very few reviewers with specific 
expertise in Thunderbird, so Thunderbird reviews lately might be quite slow.

For my own main addon (ExQuilla), which is probably one of the worst 
addons that they have to review, I just got an update approval yesterday 
after being in the queue since June 20, so that is 7 weeks for an update 
approval.  I don't think that is typical, but represents current worst 
case, since mine is a massive, intrusive, binary, Thunderbird addon that 
always needs admin review.


On 8/7/2013 2:29 PM, Jonathan Protzenko wrote:
> Hi,
> Please don't hesitate to ping amo-editors at mozilla.org ; two months is
> not really acceptable, and if you send a friendly message there stating
> that you've been in the queue for two months, I'm sure someone will
> take some time to make sure you're processed quickly.
> Please keep in mind that it's the holiday season, so we may have less
> reviewers than usual. In any case, the folks that are on
> amo-editors at mozilla.org are usually very friendly and understanding.
> Cheers,
> jonathan
> On Tue 06 Aug 2013 04:59:24 PM CEST, Yuri D'Elia wrote:
>> On 08/06/2013 03:40 PM, Vincent wrote:
>>> Hi gents,
>>> It seems that an add-on developers is quite unhappy about his add-on
>>> approval delays (see message bellow).
>>> Is this normal delay or not? Is there anything that can be done?
>> I do not really put pressure for this addon.
>> But I am slightly surprised, since this is my first addon I submit as a
>> developer. As a user I really had no idea that at the current rate,
>> firefox releases come out faster than addon reviews. Doesn't look
>> sustainable.
>> I was always under the impression that addon developers were lazy...
>> I'm distributing this addon as part of my software package, and since
>> users can install it when they need, I really feel no need to complain.
>> I'm purely submitting this for added discoverability (and a passionated
>> hate against "cloud" providers).
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