poVoq sadly "this guy" doesn't have much availability in the near future As the banner on my website will continue to say until probably mid-2019 due to a pause in my freelance work.
Kryonoglou I've answered to your email.
This got me curious:
Kryonoglou You will send the plugin to developer (of flarum),
How did you want to do that ? Does any Flarum developer has agreed to play the tester for third-party extensions ? Maybe you're not aware but as Flarum relies on a third-party service to host packages (Packagist), they don't have to and can't require extensions to pass any review
What I usually do is create and host the extension myself on a test server so the client can test it, then the client pays, then I send the code (or put it on Packagist). It usually works great because you can check the developer did its work before paying, and the developer doesn't have to send the code without being paid
Hopefully somebody else will be able to help you with this projet!