*Does the hands timeout thing*
I'm closing this topic as this stopped being productive many posts ago. Before I do I just want to point out something.
@bluehatnetwork? I'm not part of the plugin team but I am guessing that your plugin was removed from the repository pending your compliance with the guidelines as Esmi already said.
10. The plugin must not embed external links on the public site (like a "powered by" link) without explicitly asking the user's permission. Any such options in the plugin must default to NOT show the link.
That a guess on my part as I've not looked at your plugin nor am I part of that (really hard working) team. But those links must default to being off and that's something that really is easy for any plugin author to resolve quickly.
That's not Esmi who decides that and blaming one moderator, the community or even the original poster for your plugin not complying with the requirements here isn't helpful or useful.
You don't have to host your plugin in the repo. But if you do then that plugin has to comply with the requirements to be hosted on the repo.
You are completely oblivious to other peoples hard work and compensation. This was a benefit for the community and people who couldnt afford to pay $22 and now you've completely ruined it for all of them
Can I suggest that you may want to cool off and take a break? That's not what happened at all and if your plugin complies then it will get put back in the repo.
If you don't want to comply with the guidelines then there is nothing preventing you from hosting that plugin somewhere else.