Add-ons/Reviewers

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Introduction

The Add-on Reviewer Team is a Mozilla community made up of add-on developers, theme designers, and add-ons enthusiasts who want to ensure that users, designers, and developers have a good experience with addons.mozilla.org (AMO).

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Add-on Reviewers

The Add-on Reviewer Team is made up of add-on developers dedicated to the security and reliability of add-ons for Firefox. They review new and updated add-ons as part of the add-on post-review process to ensure that extensions listed on AMO comply with established add-on policies.

Resources for Add-on Reviewers

Become an Add-on Reviewer

Sorry, applications for add-on reviewers are currently closed. Please watch this page to learn when they have been re-opened.

Content Reviewers

Content reviewers are add-on enthusiasts who help ensure that add-ons listed on AMO comply with Mozilla’s Acceptable Use Policy and are not spam.

Resources for Content Reviewers

Become a Content Reviewer

To become an Content reviewer, you need to have read and understood our content guidelines and Mozilla’s Acceptable Use Policy. No technical experience is required.

If you are interested in becoming a content reviewer, please fill out this form to apply.

Theme Reviewers

Theme reviewers are theme designers who ensure that themes submitted to AMO comply with Mozilla’s Acceptable Use Policy.

Become a Theme Reviewer

Sorry, applications for theme reviewers are currently closed. Please watch this page to be notified when applications re-open.

Contact Us

You can contact us at the #addon-reviewers IRC channel (irc.mozilla.org). We also monitor the Add-ons Forum.

Meet Ups

  • Reviewer meetup at MozFest 2017 in London: Photos
  • A couple of members from the Add-ons team attended FOSDEM in Brussels, Belgium in 2017.
  • Reviewer meetup at Mozlando 2015: Photo
  • Reviewer meetup at MozFest 2014 in London: Photos and blog post
  • Reviewer meetup at Summit 2013 in Brussels: Photos
  • Reviewer meetup MozCamp EU 2012 in Warsaw: Photos and blog post