Thanks for responding.
I agree with your statements, but when the Chrome team or Reviewers know the exact problem why can't they give specific details about the exact issue? The developers are spending thousands of hours in implementing extensions and directly contributing the Chrome, so why can't reviewers spend an additional 10 minutes in helping developers with exact issues?
I also worked with extensions teams at Microsoft Edge, Firefox, and Safari, and their teams were really professional and real advocates who helped me and many developers from the development stage to final publication, with crystal clear review points and corresponding changes until it complies to their own policies. They are not just taking down extensions and do nothing, instead really helping developers to rectify the mistakes and publishing them back.
1. Partner/consult with external developers to ensure successful implementation of products
2. Educate developers on best practices
3. Provide 1:1 support for Google partner and developers
4. Advocate third-party developer interests and needs
5. Focus is on supporting third-party developers who build applications and businesses on Google's platforms
6. Your work will foster a community of developers integrating with Google technologies
7. Will help drive strategy around Developer Relations
In my case, they hardly helped me with anything and they followed none of the above
. Its been happening for years with thousands of developers, and with the same pattern of unclear responses
to them. You probably need to read 11M stories
in Google search about deliberate action of taking down extensions without appropriate justification, and it's against their roles and responsibilities defined by Google.
When you spend a few years of efforts and $100-200K worth of time and energy in building extensions, and one day if they take down your extension without any justification, then you would probably realize the exact pain, and then I would like to see whether you would just send an email to a tread and wait forever or you try to reach next level or corresponding representatives for help or just give up.
In sum, I have given enough justification for why the developer community needs a dedicated paid support system for the direct and honest review and recommendation service!