You need to install the Eclipse IoT Market binding under Misc (in PaperUI). This will add the bindings listed in the Eclipse Marketplace to the list of other bindings (you will need to refresh the page to see the marketplace bindings). If that is what you mean.
There is no relation between a binding openHAB and the same binding in the Eclipse Marketplace. openHAB just sees them as 2 different bindings. Although you should not install them both, since they do use the same name space. So there is no priority.
Bindings in the marketplace are either bindings not (yet) available in the core or are beta releases of existing bindings with bug fixes/new features that are not yet available in the core (not merged or only available in the latest snapshot version).
Installing a new version from the Eclipse Marketplace can be done by uninstalling the current one and then installing the newer version I think. There is no automatic update of new versions. This is a nuance especially when upgrading openHAB to a newer version it will uninstall market place bindings (See comment above in this thread)
Just a wild guess: The Eclipse Foundation servers were under heavy load the last two days due to the Photon release and we had all kinds of issues with builds etc. So maybe the Marketplace had some hick-ups through this as well…
What’s the process for getting Marketplace bindings approved by moderators? I submitted my first binding using this guide a couple days ago, but it still says pending moderation. Do I need to ping a moderator to review? What criteria is used to determine if a submission gets approved?
Hey Nate! Thanks for the submission, please just be patient - the approval is done by the folks at the Eclipse Foundation and they do not seem to do it daily. Shouldn’t take more than a week, though, from my experience.