How This Works
My job here is to connect users with Safari extensions and their developers as painlessly as possible. As a result, it’s my goal to post every extension submitted here. To make sure that that results in a good experience for the readers of this blog, I’m setting some very basic rules in place. These rules will always be available in full on the submission page, which is linked to on every page of this blog, and are reproduced here:
Please include a note indicating whether you are the developer of the extension you are submitting, and—if not—whether you would like finder’s credit. Make sure to submit a link to a summary page, however brief, rather than just a direct link to a .safariextz file.
Only extensions built on Apple’s official extension API will be posted.
These rules are in place for three reasons:
1) I want to make sure those who deserve the credit for developing an extension and getting it posted here, get the credit.
2) I want to make sure that you, as a reader of this blog, don’t accidentally download a potentially harmful file to your computer when you were expecting to go to an extension’s webpage.
3) This site has one purpose—connecting readers to Safari 5-compatible extensions built on Apple’s official API.
If for any reason I feel the need to change this submission policy, I will post any and all changes clearly on the front page and the submission page and keep this post available for comparison.
If you have any questions or concerns about this policy, please contact me.