He stated, openly, that he does not wish to submit his extensions to our CDB for validation, a direct violation of our rules since the Extensions in Development forum does not exist for releasing one's extensions. If that's what he intended then he can do so on his own forum, not here.MedCo wrote:Hello,
why the extensions of @val4o0o0 are suddenly under: Abandoned Extensions
What's working against you is the fact that you posted some 50+ extensions without any apparent desire to support so many extensions nor to go through the process of receiving feedback and adjusting your code so that you can submit it for validation, which you also stated you didn't want to do.val4o0o0 wrote:There is something wrong here or something working against me.
Any extension submitted for validation has to wait in line behind all the others submitted before it. If you think the process is too slow, well, that's just a matter of the fact that our validators actually take great time and care to go through each extension, line-by-line, to verify there are no potential security vulnerabilities and other instances of poor quality coding. It takes time because we care.val4o0o0 wrote:The process for validation is so so slow...
I think you need to hurry a little.
There is something wrong here or something working against me.
Aww. Awkard. Maybe you need to hire more people to do faster work.Also if you expect a quick turnaround with validation then you're in the wrong place my friend. Validation can take anywhere from 1-4 weeks depending on how busy the queue is. You're not the only one submitting extensions and there's currently only 3 on my team that are able to care for the extensions queue. Over 100 extensions are looked at every month so things are certainly moving along.
Again you publicly stated that you would not be submitting your extensions for validation and would support whenever you felt like it. Are you now saying that what you said was incorrect?val4o0o0 wrote:I repeat that you do not give me a chance
I don't like to become any Validator or something like that (sh*its).FoFa wrote:IMO it would be nice for users you accept validation rules from here. Not agreeing with them would surely private users from some extensions they would use.
What about becoming Jr. Validator ? Would I be as expert as u'r, sure I would helping things working faster...
Oh sorry to hear that. Didn't realize people were still messaging you about your abandoned extensions. They've been removed from public view now so this should no longer be a problem for you.val4o0o0 wrote: People write to me PM's about my extensions and why they moved. Do I have to answer them?
I don't think so...
A perfect example of why code validation is absolutely necessary. Thank you for providing that example. We take security as serious as possible and try to detect code problems that can cause security and privacy concerns for users of extensions.val4o0o0 wrote:Extensions team validated my extensions. People ask me to do some modification about this extension. I make this modification, but not re-submitted the extension because I pull in him sqli or something bad which can steal anything from user and send to them in PM.
Well that mention it, how to fix this thing? They did not give me a chance?RMcGirr83 wrote:I saw some of your code prior to the extensions getting moved (which I can't seem to find) and it needed some very serious work and was not even close to release quality. For example, I specifically remember seeing some ajax extension you posted up and the ajax file was using specific mysql database connection code which is strictly against the coding guidelines.
This forum software is capable of working with multiple database types (oracle, mySQL, postgres, etc) you coding an extension that is strictly set for mySQL operations will fail validation.
Coding quickly is one thing, coding quality code is something altogether different. Whether you like it or not is immaterial. You don't want to submit your extensions, then don't. No one is putting a gun to your head to do so.