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Posted · On Ultimaker Marketplace Review Process

Hi everyone,

 

Could anyone explain or point me some resources about the Ultimaker Marketplace review process?

 

I recently developed and submitted a plugin for review; I was wondering what's the approval criterion and how long this process usually takes. Also I'd be interested to know how I can communicate with reviewers in case they have any questions.

 

Thanks in advance!

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    Guest maht
    Posted · On Ultimaker Marketplace Review Process

    Hi @loociano, thanks for getting in touch.

     

    When you submit a plugin via the contributor portal it's usually passed to me for a quick integration test. All going well it's then code reviewed by one of the Cura team to check if there's any malicious code in there (I'm sure you wouldn't do that to us).

     

    If something goes wrong, it's rejected, where it will be returned to you with a list of requested changes.

    If everything's good it's approved, where it will return to you for a final check. When you approve it from your side it will become visible in the web Marketplace and in versions of Cura with SDK compatibility.

     

    Network Support for Monoprice Select Mini V2 is your work, I guess?

     

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    Why is ahoeben white? I'll have to report this to forum admin...

    The web devs were tinkering, I'm told the white text will be fixed shortly...)

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    Posted · On Ultimaker Marketplace Review Process
    3 minutes ago, maht said:

    (PS Just found out the web devs were tinkering, I'm told the white text will be fixed shortly...)

    (also off topic: good to know. I just spent about 5 min. to manually change the white text in another post ☺️ )

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    Guest maht
    Posted · On Ultimaker Marketplace Review Process
    1 hour ago, loociano said:

    Thank you @maht for your prompt response!

     

     

    That's right.

    P.S. you have passed the integration test 😉

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    Posted (edited) · On Ultimaker Marketplace Review Process
    2 hours ago, gr5 said:

    @ahoeben?

     

    Why is ahoeben white? I'll have to report this to forum admin...

     

     

    That sounds oddly racist. But I guess that's not how you meant it 😉

     

    (to be perfectly clear: that was meant as a joke)

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    Posted · On Ultimaker Marketplace Review Process

    @maht I have a follow up question while the plugin is under review: once plugins are published on the marketplace, do new releases follow the same review process? I'm wondering in the event of bug fixes, etc.

     

    Also would appreciate if you could share some review timeline insights if you know. How long these usually take? One week? One month?

     

    Thanks again in advance!

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    Guest maht
    Posted · On Ultimaker Marketplace Review Process

    When you update a plugin you'll submit a new version through the contributor portal with a bumped version number, and yes it will follow the same process.

     

    We aim for a 2 day turnaround. There's been a small delay this time as last week was a short week, so sorry about that. I discussed your plugin in our standup this morning and I expect the code review should happen today or tomorrow for your submission.

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    Posted · On Ultimaker Marketplace Review Process

    Much appreciated, thank you @maht for your prompt response!

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    Guest maht
    Posted · On Ultimaker Marketplace Review Process
    On 5/26/2020 at 12:35 PM, loociano said:

    Much appreciated, thank you @maht for your prompt response!

    Approved 🔨

     

    Enjoy your weekend

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    Posted · On Ultimaker Marketplace Review Process

    Thank you @maht, have a good one!

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