This file its considered a complement of Joomla! Extensions Directory of Service (TOS) for extensions developers.
Inclusion in the Joomla! Extensions Directory is a privilege, not a right and is at the sole discretion of the Joomla! Extensions Directory team and Open Source Matters. Any listing can be removed at any time at the discretion of the Joomla! Extensions Directory team without notice.
No. Since March 1st 2009, only Joomla! extensions licensed under the GNU GPL will be accepted into the JED. Read this blog post for more information
Its important to have your files always a available to download
Joomla! 1.0 compatible extensions - Since March 31st 2009, JED no longer accepts Joomla! 1.0 compatible-only extensions.
Your submission will be reviewed in a 4 steps process. Before you submit a file to JED you should also take the same steps to avoid delays in publishing:
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:
You are not allowed to vote for extensions:
This applies also to people directly related to you: family, colleagues, employees and partners.
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 specific categories can be requested by a developer but are created at the sole discretion of the Joomla! Extensions Directory team and Open Source Matters. In general, extension specific categories are created when there are 5 or more extension specific listings for a specific extension created by a developer other than the one who made the main extension. Developers cannot list any extension specific listing for any of their own extensions. However, developers are welcome to create extension specific listings for other extensions.
Joomla! Extensions Directory Terms of Service(TOS)
The Joomla! name and logos are registered trademarks in the United States and elsewhere held by Open Source Matters. Permission, from OSM, to use these trademarks is usually required and is only granted subject to specific rules Trademarks Trademark Checklist
When an extension its confirmed insecure it is unpublished from JED and listed at VEL (Vulnerable Extensions List)
Each entry gets its own ID. A name alias will be created for that entry
We support the original project developer whenever possible to maintain the integrity of the listings and also support developers who are building and innovating on the Joomla platform. To have a forked project listed in the JED it must meet additional requirements over original extension
When an entry its unpublished a short note its displayed in the public page. An email is sent to the developer. You can contact with JED team by email to solve issues and get your extension republished.
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