• Resolved Mahdi Yazdani


    I wasn’t able to locate the dev files neither in plugin’s download package nor SVN’s trunk folder!

    I hope this is an open source project after all.

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  • Plugin Author nK



    Sources will not be added in the plugin code. Maybe in the future, GitHub repo will be changed to Public, but for now, it is not in plans.

    Regards, nK.

    Thread Starter Mahdi Yazdani


    For example, if you’ve made a Gutenberg plugin and used npm and webpack to compress and minify it, you must either include the source code within the published plugin or provide access to a public maintained source that can be reviewed, studied, and yes, forked.

    We strongly recommend you include directions on the use of any build tools to encourage future developers.

    Read more here.

    Do you want me to report your license violation or you are willing to correct your error?

    Plugin Author nK


    Hmm, thank you. Didn’t know about it.

    I see that I may not include sources in the SVN repo, but I need to have a public source somewhere, for example in Github. I think I’ll do this soon.

    Moderator Ipstenu (Mika Epstein)


    🏳️‍🌈 Plugin Review Team Rep

    @nko Yes, you DO need to have the repo with the source code public. It’s absolutely a requirement.

    See https://developer.wordpress.org/plugins/wordpress-org/detailed-plugin-guidelines/#4-code-must-be-mostly-human-readable and please email plugins@wordpress.org if you have questions about that.

    Plugin Author nK


    Hi @ipstenu.

    Yep, I already did it after the @mahdiyazdani reply and added the link in the plugin readme.

    Thank you for your time.

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