There are numerous reasons why a project won’t list on Typedescriptor.
We check the project against our rules and policies. If any blockers are present, it is likely that the project won’t be listed on Typedescriptor. A moderator can suppress problems to allow a package to list.
Reasons why a package won’t list on Typedescriptor
There are numerous reasons why a package or project won’t list on Typedescriptor. This website provides a list of the problems that can occur and solutions for how to resolve them.
Problems are catgorized into three types: blockers, warnings, and informational warnings.
Blockers are problems that must be resolved before the package can be listed on Typedescriptor. In somewhat rare cases, a moderator can override a blocker to allow a project to list on Typedescriptor.
Warnings are problems that Typedescriptor recommends should be fixed, but which don’t prevent listing a package. In the future, warnings could become blockers, so it is a good idea to address warnings anyway.
Informational warnings are problems that Typedescriptor recommends should be fixed. These are usually problems that don’t affect whether Typedescriptor can list a package or not.