Fwd: Filelink for Large Attachments - Alternative Filelink provider
axel.grude at gmail.com
Thu Aug 8 21:34:48 UTC 2013
Yes; I briefly considered having an attempt at review but binary is definitely out of
my league. Not many other reviewers specialize in Thunderbird.
On 08/08/2013 21:41, Kent James wrote:
> 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:
>> 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.
>> 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
>>> 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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