How do you get a plugin accepted for Confluence OnDemand? I have a plugin that should work well within the OnDemand structure, but it is not an option. It points me to here:
Is it that it has to be a "Connect" add-on?
Going forward, the only way to offer commercial add-ons for OnDemand instances is by using the Connect framework. We're still in early development on the platform, and the Connect team is going to great lengths to collaborate with developers as we build out the platform. The Connect specific mailing list is: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/atlassian-connect-dev
Atlassian selects the add-ons that are available in the OnDemand space. You should join and particpate in the Marketplace forum if you think your add-on is a good candidate.
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