Hey guys! I know that the Bukkit staff has strict rules but some actions are just disproportionate I think. Some days ago I've fixed a weird bug of my plugin. Because it was not approved yet - and the server owners needed it - I've linked the file with a comment but the link got removed because it's not allowed to link unapproved files. Ok I could understand it this time. This prevents unexperienced server owners from downloading malware or "bad" plugins. But then yesterday I've fixed another bug and uploaded the file. I got a lot requests of server owners that they need the plugin as soon as possible so I've linked the file again. My comment: "I've fixed this mistake. You can download the new build here: <Here was the link to the latest build but it got removed by staff again. Sorry I am not allowed to link it. Wait until it was approved.> But it was not approved yet. So use it at your own risk. Well last time when I've posted the link to the new file my comment got edited because it's not allowed to link not-approved uploads." And again it got edited. Yay -.- I've started a little conversation with the person who edited the comments. He said that it is only allowed to link to a CI server with a disclaimer. Why is it not allowed to link to BukkitDev with a disclaimer?! Well I know the Bukkit staff has a serious job and a set of rules but rules can be changed. Wouldn't it be possible to allow the linking to unapproved files if you paste a specific disclaimer and warnings too? Young unexperienced server owners won't download this files and the other owners know what they do. Also they are probably able to get the difference between a little project with one download and bigger plugins. I think everybody should be able to decide whether to download this files or not at his own.