I see some webstore stuff mentioned in the Chromium source. https://cs.chromium.org/search/?q=webstore&sq=package:chromium&type=cs. Would be neat if Opera could just turn on a build flag to add support.
@igorjmm Thank you, I got the picture. Never heard of pushbullet before, so thank you for the insight. I personally rely on bookmarks a lot, that's why I wondered how a browsing scenario would look like, where you don't miss this functionality. Thanks again for the explanation!
Wow, this is disappointing - my Firefox extension is approved within a few minutes, my Chrome extension is approved within hours, having published an Opera version yesterday and wondering why it was live yet, I searched and found this thread.. it looks like I'm in for a long wait!
Can anyone tell me what subsequent updates are like - does it also take months to approve new versions of a previously approved extension?
I'm not sure I'll bother publishing here in future if it's really as bad as it looks like it will be.
What Opera blogs? Official ones are at https://blogs.opera.com
If you mean the old My Opera blogs that users could create, I don't see any reason for them to be brought back. There are several services around there to host a blog.