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AMO review changes to high impact extensions

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Hi!

Our extensions are being uploaded manually - meaning they are signed by Mozilla, and the .xpi files are downloaded from the Developer Hub and distributed to our audience by our deployment processes. Following the recent update on the AMO review process: "All extension submissions with a significantly large number of users are now subject to human review by the add-ons review team before approval" - We wanted to know how it may impact our deployment process as now it is subject to human review

Thank you!

Hi! Our extensions are being uploaded manually - meaning they are signed by Mozilla, and the .xpi files are downloaded from the Developer Hub and distributed to our audience by our deployment processes. Following the recent update on the AMO review process: "All extension submissions with a significantly large number of users are now subject to human review by the add-ons review team before approval" - We wanted to know how it may impact our deployment process as now it is subject to human review Thank you!

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Hi

There would be very little change aside from a little bit more time taken to get signed by Mozilla.

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Excellent, thanks for the information

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No problem, glad I could help. You may also want to check out the Add-ons forum at:

https://discourse.mozilla.org/c/add-ons/35