Guidelines: How to get your submissions approved. (Updated: March 16, 2014)

Discussion in 'BukkitDev Information and Feedback' started by pyraetos, Feb 15, 2012.

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    TnT Retired Staff

    Buycraft isn't selling plugins, they are selling services on their website. What you suggest is not the same.
     
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    bobacadodl

    Alright I sort of see what you're saying...
     
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    mbaxter ʇıʞʞnq ɐ sɐɥ ı Retired Staff

    Minor update: The guidelines have seen a few changes since the last post, notably a rearrangement of information ordering for easier reading. Additionally we have clarified that the disclaimer for CI links must be WITH the links
     
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    Changelog
    March 16, 2014

    We have added a new requirement for projects. A project must have a file uploaded to it for us to approve the project.

    Why did we make this change?

    We have had a large influx of empty projects submitted, and have found multiple occasions where someone creates a project then requests a plugin to be created for them matching their project description. BukkitDev is intended as a place for our fantastic community to showcase their plugins, not for some random person to take our community's work and show it off as their own.

    If you are creating the project to get the project ID for auto updaters, you will still get your ID upon the project creation. You can then add this ID to your plugin updater, upload the file and resubmit your project for approval.

    As an added benefit, this will speed up our ability to handle the queue as we no longer have to check over projects without a file, as they may never be a fully realized project. The community will see faster approval times and better quality of projects, while stopping people who have never intended to upload a file of their own.

    Thank you for your continued support and we hope you see this new policy as a positive for our community at large.
     
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