Posts by dpeca83

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dpeca83 says

Everything is fine now, our update is accepted and Licences/ folder put as subfolder.

Great job guys :)

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    Has been part of the Envato Community for over 2 years Has collected 10+ items on Envato Market
dpeca83 says

You fixed it or not yet? Can we upload plugin?

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    Has been part of the Envato Community for over 2 years Has collected 10+ items on Envato Market
dpeca83 says

And what is the conclusion at the end?

How we can avoid adding licensing/ folder as top level folder?

Is there any way to force adding it as subfolder in plugin/ folder?

We have a lot of support tickets about installing issue since last update :(

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dpeca83 says

Hi guys :)

I’m working as a developer in Shindiri Team ( http://codecanyon.net/user/Br0 ) and I’m currently working on uSquare plugin project for WP – http://codecanyon.net/item/usquare-universal-responsive-grid-for-wordpress/3352677

I’m writing this from my personal account.

The reason I’m writing is the question, or rather a dilemma, considering one specific idea.

Since our software became complex, with around ten thousands lines of code, and since sometimes we change a huge part of code (like 7 days ago when we made a replacement for timthumb) – bugs are of regular and common occurance.

We spend a lot of time on testing – but there are always users with ‘unexpected’ WP enviroment – and only then bugs become visible.

I know you guys are doing your best to accept updates as soon as possible – but sometimes it takes up to 24 hours to accept them. We correct bugs as soon as we spot them. In other words, bugfix is ready shortly after the bug is detected. But, however, even if we fix them immediately, it takes up to 24 hours for update to be accepted. Meanwhile, a lot of users download buggy version, and both sides are in problematic situations – users are angry and we get a lot of support tickets :)

I was thinking about possible solutions for this problem, and I’ve came up with an idea for making a script that can download updated files (download updates) from our server directly to our customers, so it will become auto-updative (live) plug-in, that can automaticaly update itself.

The reason why I’m writing to you is to ask you – what is Codecanyon’s policy on that “self-updative” plugins – or in other words, do you allow it? As we may have the situation of a “Pandora’s box”, meaning, some developers may become “evil” and distribute “harmful” code – that is why I’m in dilemma what is Codecanyon’s policy about that specific “feature”, do you allow “self-updative” plugins?

Thanks in advance for reply :)

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