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07/10/2020 01:51:40 AM (4 years ago)
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  • Ticket #5303, comment 24

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    991. There are WARNINGS and NOTES sections each with items called out with "More about this." links that in some cases don't hyper/anchor link to anything in particular.  If there's help needed on copy for those links I'm happy to help draft those, but having something that is linked to for those would be helpful.
    10101. Its unclear if the WARNINGS are things I need to resolve in order for our block to appear in the Block Directory, but I'd assume things are ok as there are no "ERRORS" which would tell me I still have things to fix.  If the WARNINGS need to be resolved, it would be helpful to know.
    11 1. On the [https://wordpress.org/plugins/developers/block-plugin-validator/ Block Validator Help page], the "Block scripts" section has copy that stops mid-sentence.  Getting that clarified will be helpful.
     111. On the [https://wordpress.org/plugins/developers/block-plugin-validator/help/ Block Validator Help page], the "Block scripts" section has copy that stops mid-sentence.  Getting that clarified will be helpful.
    12121. In trying to find more details on what is needed for our block plugin to appear in the Block Directory I've searched for and found several different markdown pages on GitHub ([https://github.com/WordPress/gutenberg/blob/add/block-directory-checklist/docs/designers-developers/developers/tutorials/create-block/submitting-to-block-directory.md#step-2-analyze-your-plugin Share your Block with the World], [https://github.com/WordPress/gutenberg/blob/master/docs/rfc/block-registration.md#keyword Block Type Registration RFC], and [https://github.com/WordPress/gutenberg/blob/master/docs/designers-developers/developers/block-api/block-registration.md Block Registration]) each of which provide information that would ideally live in the [https://developer.wordpress.org/plugins/ Plugin Handbook] as the canonical source of information where developers go to learn about crafting their plugins (in this case a block plugin).  I suspect that for most plugin developers that it is not immediately obvious to find the right markdown file in the right branch in the Gutenberg GitHub repo to figure out what's needed for their block plugin to appear in the Block Directory.