If you haven't already noticed please give this a read.

This has been a long time in coming. :)

In short... if you don't utilize an OSI approved SPDX code for @license the server will automatically reject new scripts and script updates for existing scripts. This includes pushes from GitHub via the webhook.

If you have any questions please feel free to ask them right here or have suggestions please feel free to open an issue on Development.

Thanks,
OUJS Staff

You should think of adding a message box somewhere on the update script form so people can know about it.

adding a message box somewhere

It's been in the TOS for years with everyone agreeing to it and it's actually as a help template for new scripts as a placeholder now but I only have so much time... plus you have announcements which you seem to have found. :)

Before I went away from dev station I started working on a drop box similar to the .meta.js one in Script Author Tools on every script homepage... so that everyone will know what is accepted easier than visiting external sites but ran out of time to finish before I need a break.

So please be patient and there is currently a ton of notices, so no excuses ;), in which I'll be adding some more over time. ;)

Thanks.

It rejecting alright, but it doesn't tell you why, the script editor just refreshes and all the changes are gone.
I thought it was server malfunction.

... but it doesn't...

 

be patient... I'll be adding some more over time. ;)

It never has for any rejections. This isn't the first rejection that we have in. The very first one is absence of @name.

the script editor just refreshes and all the changes are gone.

That gets ones attention real quick that it's definitely user error. Again always the way it has been.