Before JS.ORG can accept a pull request there has to be "reasonable content" on the page (as stated in step 1 of the readme!). There has to be at least an
index.html with some texts, links, images,...
You should give anybody a clear picture what your page is (or will be) about.
This rule only exists to avoid name grabbing where people reserve one or more subdomains for later use but never put any content on the page. JS.ORG doesn't support this misbehaviour.
Two examples to explain this further:
- https://github.com/caracal7/fun.js is considered "no content" and gets rejected (see #125)
- http://ncub8.js.org is ("not-very-shiny but valid") content that gets accepted (see #132)
more examples with label "no content"