To become a Certified RoboFont Developer, all you need to do is to have an extension published in the Extension Store.
In case you’re interested, get in touch with the RoboFont Team and provide your extension with some information:
- What problem does it try to solve?
- How should it be used?
The extension will be reviewed for code quality, usability, performance etc. We’ll give you our feedback, and maybe some suggestions for improvements. Once we’re both satisfied with the result, the extension will be made available on the store.
Rates and payments
The Extension Store uses the e-commerce platform FastSpring to handle all payments.
The net sales (total sales minus FastSpring fees) are split between the developer and the Extension Store in the following rates:
- 80% for the extension developer
- 20% for the store, to cover the administration fees
The distribution of payments is automated with FastSpring split payments.
FastSpring processes payments twice a month.
The extension must be hosted in a private GitLab repository, to which the Extension Store needs read & write access.
The extension’s repository will be added to the Extension Store as a git submodule – so there is no interaction between the different extensions and developers.
Each repository must to include an
index.md file with general information about the extension. This file will be used by the Extension Store to create a presentation page for the extension. See the Example Extension for an example.