2016-10-14 8:42 GMT+02:00 Nathan Woodrow <madman...@gmail.com>:
> Have you raised this as a issue with us. Can't really fix anything if it's
> not raised.
> What you suggest we do to make it better?
Well, good question. I thank you for making me the question.
My opinion is : There is no need to have an approval process. What is it
Who judges the job, maybe months, another programmer, who is giving to the
community that has developed because of its usefulness ?
Maybe Richard Stallman ? By chance Gary Sherman ?
Probably would not do it even they.
I think right now the approval of the plugin is only a manifestation of
It is nothing but this.
Imagine Wikipedia and prior approval. It would be composed of only ten
Imagine OpenStreetMap. Only two roads. Other than free map of the world !
Make free plugins. As long as you are on time.
> On Fri, Oct 14, 2016 at 4:35 PM, Geo DrinX <geodr...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Good morning :)
>> I am here to inform you that I just removed from the repository the
>> latest plugin version 3.0.4 of GEarthView, and also other my plugins.
>> I have taken this decision to draw your attention on the mechanism of the
>> plugin approval, which I think is totally insufficient and inadequate.
>> I recommend you review this procedure and pay more attention to whom is
>> dealing, which should be a technical, and not another.
>> I am sorry for the difficulties that my decision will cause to
>> unsuspecting users of my plugin, but they can continue to download my
>> plugin from my official repository on github.
>> I thank you for your attention
>> Best Regards
>> Roberto (geodrinx)
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