admin · Dec 19, 2012 at 05:00 pm

Recognized Developer Applications Closed Until Early 2013

We are closing the RD applications to wrap up everything up before the new year starts. As of this moment you won’t be able to apply, but we will reopen somewhere in early January.

As you might recall, we’ve made tremendous improvements to the Recognized Developer program a few months ago to increase our efficiency in processing applications. If you have any ideas or perhaps complaints (hope not!) you are welcome to PM the Developer Committee account.

If you haven’t received a response by the end of the year (especially if you have been waiting for more than a month), please PM the Developer Committee account. The program was designed by one of the DC members, but suffered from a bug in earlier stages where members didn’t receive the final outcome of the review. Those problems are all fixed now, but we have no easy way of knowing who we haven’t PMed.

Thanks!


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