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  1. Ciprian Popescu
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    That is awesome news! I’ve been playing with 10up’s actions for a while, but I couldn’t make it work. I am currently trying to work my way through the errors, and it seems I need a `package.json` file, just like the new block plugins.

    If it works, I have around 10 overdue plugins to update. I do this remotely a lot from various places, so I don’t need to be tied to a specific software. Being able to update everything from GitHub is a godsend.

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  2. Dovy Paukstys
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    Now that GitHub actions are public, we were able to implement this. It works pretty dang well! You can see a working example: https://github.com/reduxframework/redux-framework/blob/master/.github/workflows/continuous-integration-workflow.yml

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  3. Jeffrey Carandang
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    Will try to add this on EditorsKit plugin as well. Thanks a lot @10up!

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  4. Tomas M.
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    Can this also be applied for WordPress themes?

    Thank you!

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    • Justin Tadlock
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      Theme authors currently don’t have direct access to SVN on WordPress.org. Instead, they must submit ZIP files, which the system commits to SVN. So, I don’t think there’s a way it could work at the moment.

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  5. Anh Tran
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    Awesome! I’m going to apply it to my plugins.

    Thanks 10up for the great job.

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  6. Emon
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    Hey Justin,

    Really effective content ! I’ve been playing with 10 up’s activities for some time, however I couldn’t make it work. I am as of now attempting to work my way through the blunders, and it appears I need a “package json” document, much the same as the new square modules.

    Thanks for sharing….

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