I have submitted an app divided in 3 parts:
- A kernel module
- A daemon
- A control panel
The first and last parts are free and open source, and packaged in a PPA. The second one is closed source, and this is the part I want to sell trough the Ubuntu Software Center.
My app is -- as of now -- rejected due to the kernel module, and the fact that it is not on a safe place (PPA) as the reviewer told me.
When I have tried to publish the free and open source parts in the USC, I got the following message:
Thank you for submitting a gratis Free Software application through MyApps. At this time we are unable to process this request, as we are working on the implementation of a new app upload process. To get your software out to millions of Ubuntu users in the meantime, you can either use a Personal Package Archive to distribute your app for free, or you can define a price to charge for your app.
I am now looking for a solution (as he didn't gave me any directions). How could I do to get my app accepted ? Anyone has an idea ?