Andrew Boon
At this stage - no. We will have to determine a policy for granting access to download products directly, but even as it is now, it may be in the best interest of vendors to let Moderators download their products and we expect them doing so voluntary.
Not the best idea, If a working demo is provided i don't see a reason why someone would need to download it and "review" it. It's the buyers responsibility to do some research before buying something.
Would anyone go to a dealership and buy a car without even trying to start it or take it for a test drive.
Andrew Boon
The idea of Declaration is that vendor just states that his product... 1. compatible with XX, 2. has manual, 3. is a module, etc... They may as well state negative answers to those. Moderators only need to have means of verifying declared information. In many cases this won't require a download. So, I can see a system where Vendors would give their products for download to moderators voluntary, or on request, or pro-actively. Maybe we'll just add a posting option like "allow moderators to download" see more and "allow supermoderators to download".
As long there's an option to "allow"-"disallow" then that's ok.
No I think exact opposite. To verfify a code and certain specifications somebody have to review it more deeply. Only way how to do it is make access to components to that 3 moderators which will be responsible for that. If that will be trusted community members I cant see problem why should somebody mind that ...
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