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Adding a new plugin to the repository?


  • moogie1
    Member

    @moogie1

    Hi,

    I’ve tried adding a new plugin to the repository using the form at http://bbpress.org/plugins/forum/requests. This went fine, I got the request done, but then — nothing.

    If I’ve understood correctly, I should have received an email with instruction/link to the SVN. This didn’t happen though.

    I did this a couple hours ago. Am I just too hasty, or is something not quite working? :)

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  • Ben L.
    Member

    @nightgunner5

    Wait a little more. The requests are verified by a human, and IIRC, there’s only one person who does it. My plugins usually took one to two days to be approved. Once they’re approved, everything is automated.


    Ben L.
    Member

    @nightgunner5

    Wait a little more. The requests are verified by a human, and IIRC, there’s only one person who does it. My plugins usually took one to two days to be approved. Once they’re approved, everything is automated.


    moogie1
    Member

    @moogie1

    Thanks, just got the access today. For what it is worth, a notice on the request page stating that the requests are processed by humans might be useful.

    The bigger question at this point however is — now that I have the access, then what? :) Are there any instructions available anywhere?

    Note that I am not referring to instructions on how to use SVN; than I can do. But since there doesn’t appear to be any web UI to manage the plugin, information how to manage it using the SVN would be helpful.


    moogie1
    Member

    @moogie1

    Thanks, just got the access today. For what it is worth, a notice on the request page stating that the requests are processed by humans might be useful.

    The bigger question at this point however is — now that I have the access, then what? :) Are there any instructions available anywhere?

    Note that I am not referring to instructions on how to use SVN; than I can do. But since there doesn’t appear to be any web UI to manage the plugin, information how to manage it using the SVN would be helpful.


    moogie1
    Member

    @moogie1

    Actually, never mind, I figured it out.

    A simple note, such as “Hey stupid, all you need is a properly formatted readme.txt in your plugin folder.” would have made it even easier though :)


    moogie1
    Member

    @moogie1

    Actually, never mind, I figured it out.

    A simple note, such as “Hey stupid, all you need is a properly formatted readme.txt in your plugin folder.” would have made it even easier though :)

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