Useful Information for AMO Editors
The AMO Reviewer Guide is a comprehensive guide to add-on reviews. People interested in becoming add-on reviewers should read it to get an idea of what reviewing add-ons entails.
AMO policies are mostly described in the Add-on Polices documents, as well as the AMO Reviewer Guide.
We must work together with the AMO web dev team in order to improve the site for general users, add-on authors, and ourselves. To file a new AMO bug, you can use this Bugzilla link. The link includes the status whiteboard flag we use to distinguish AMO Reviewer-related bugs: [ReviewTeam].
AMO development is slow, with a new version being pushed live every month. Development versions can be tested at https://addons-dev.allizom.org/.
Here's a list of all Review Team bugs. And these are the bugs with highest priority for us:
10 Total; 10 Open (100%); 0 Resolved (0%); 0 Verified (0%);
Other useful resources
- Add-on Source Code Browser. Search and browse through all add-on code hosted on AMO. This is restricted access. If you're an editor and wish to have access, contact Jorge or the mailing list.
- Mozilla Add-ons Blog. News about AMO and add-ons in general.
- Planet Mozilla. An all-encompassing Mozilla blog, which includes the Add-ons blog.