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#5653 new enhancement

Plugin Directory: Track reasons for Rejection

Reported by: Ipstenu Owned by:
Milestone: Priority: normal
Component: Plugin Directory Keywords:
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Description

This came up in the conversation about making statistics boards for teams.

One of the things we don't do is track WHY something was rejected, so I came up with a list of why plugin submissions are rejected:

  • 6 months without completion (default)
  • Code is already in core
  • Duplicate (copy) of another plugin
  • Framework or Library Plugins
  • Generic for plugins we're just not hosting
  • New/renamed version of their own plugin
  • WP-CLI Only Plugins
  • Storefronts
  • Not Your Plugin (submitter tried to upload here instead of their own site)
  • Script Insertion Plugins are Dangerous
  • Test/Demo plugin (non functional)
  • Translation of existing plugin
  • Banned developer trying to sneak back in
  • OTHER (needs a followup to explain why)

That's actually the list of pre-defined emails we use, so it's pretty accurate.

Having this would allow us to customize the rejection email and obviate (or minimize) the need to re-send a 'why you were rejected'. Bonus, it can auto-update the plugin notes, so we have the history without having to spend more time copy/pastaing.

With the 6-months be default (in theory at least) we would still be able to bulk reject.

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