Information on how to list extensions in the extensions site is available here: http://extensions.joomla.org/help2?start=2
JED is run by a team of volunteers who contribute their time and effort to manage the directory. Because of this, the approval time is largely based on the team's availability. 14 days is a reasonable time to wait before your extension is looked in to. You can get an estimate on our approval rate by looking at the number of extensions ahead of yours that are also pending approval. This information can be found by logging in to your JED account, go to 'My Page' and click 'Edit' on the extension that is pending approval.
Some of the common reasons extensions are rejected:
There are several ways you can help the extension submission process go faster and smoother. As you may know, the Joomla! Extension Directory is supported by volunteers and it takes time to go through all the extensions. You can help to speed up the approval process by making sure your extension:
Begining March 31st 2009, JED no longer accepts Joomla! 1.0 compatible-only extensions. However, it is perfectly OK if your extension is compatible with Joomla! 1.0 and Joomla! 1.5. Read http://community.joomla.org/blogs/community/629-jed-will-phase-out-joomla-10-extensions-in-june-2009.html for more information.
No. Begining March 1st 2009, only Joomla! extensions licensed under the GNU GPL will be accepted into the JED. Read this blog post for more information - http://community.joomla.org/blogs/leadership/636-jed-to-be-gpl-only-by-july-2009.html
The following are some reasons why your review may have been rejected, removed or edited:
All reviews are being manually approved by the Editorial Team, and some submissions will be considered borderline and therefore gets a comment and awaits a second opinion from another editor.
Please use the ‘Report this review’ button next to the review, and explain what changes you would like added or if you wish to have the review removed in order to be able to submit a new and updated review. By using the ‘Report this review’ we will be able to see that the request is made by the same user who originally created the review.
You can´t. Identity of JED users will never be revealed. What we can do is to invite a user to contact developer when developer wants to help out with an issue raised in reviews. Developer should then provide us with contact details, and then we will provide this information to the user.
Categories in JED is constantly evolving to cope with the increasing amount of extensions. We strive to provide a good categorization to fit all extensions listed in JED. If you feel that an extension deserved to be in another existing or new category, please use the "Report This" button and let us know about your suggestion. You can also post your feedback to our forum.
If you are unsure where to publish your extension, a good starting point would be to look at other related extensions and find where they are listed.
No. You are allowed to list your extension once in a category in JED.
No. Extensions can be listed in one category only.
We suggest that you use the Description field in your extension listing to communicate the suitability of your extension in other areas.
Extension will be shown as ‘Hot’ when it has an average of 150 views or more per day.
An extension will be tagged as ‘Just Added’ for 14 days from the days it is approved and published.
An extension has to have at least 15 votes to be eligible to be listed as Top Rated Extension. Top Rated extensions are ordered by the average rating given by users.
Extensions with the highest view of all time are listed in Popular Extensions.
Extensions with the highest number of reviews are listed in Most Reviewed.
Extensions will be listed in Recently Update here when they are updated with new version.
There are 4 main modules in JED's front page.
The current JED Editorial Team consists of: