After waiting about 3 months trying repeatedly to contact someone for solving this issue: Add-on "Status: Disabled by Mozilla " I finally talked with an admin reviewer who told me he could re-enable my add-on, but also that I had to self-host it, because it is braking this new rule:
Add-ons that serve the sole purpose of promoting, installing, loading or launching another website, application or add-on are no longer permitted to be listed on addons.mozilla.org.
My add-on performs a search for the text a user has selected on a website I have developed which is a social media search engine.
Probably, indeed my add-on brakes that certain rule, but there are many others in the Search Tools category that do exactly the same thing and nevertheless they are listed on AMO.
I’m just curious how does the review process work? Do most add-ons avoid manual reviews and I was just unlucky, because I faced a bug that made me contact a reviewer for the publication?