Looks like The Suspender went live late last week. The Apple Safari Extension Gallery is a funny place. It’s not like submitting an iPhone app where you have a queue and organized tools to handle the review and app store process. Instead Apple just takes extension uploads on a web page; checks them for safety, security, and spam; and then puts them up. There’s no tools, no queue, no control, and no notification when your extension goes up. Seems to take a couple weeks for the whole process to finish.
Now that I know how it works, I’m going to have to add the new features I want and make the icon look better against the gallery background. And fix a misspelling. And update to system typefaces. And see if I get any user feedback.
Software is never done.