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I have published a plugin, first time, on wordpress.org. The problem I have is that it doesn't show the stats of active version and only option for download is a Development Version.

My svn structure is,

/assets/ (plugin image assets)
/branches/(empty)
/tags/2.3.0/(plugin files)
/trunk/(plugin files)

Note: For Development purposes and version control, the initial version of the plugin is 2.3.0 and its the same as in the trunk folder.

The readme file of the plugin:

===  XXXXX ===
Contributors:   
Donate link: 
Tags:
Requires at least: 3.0.1
Tested up to: 4.7.3
Stable tag: 2.3.0
License: GPLv2

== Description ==

= Requirements =

= Documentation & Support =

== Installation ==

= Usage =

== Screenshots ==



== Upgrade Notice ==
*

== Changelog ==

= 2.3.0 2017.02.16 =
*

== Frequently Asked Questions ==

I have removed the name of the plugin as well as the redundant parts. This readme.txt is validated from the WordPress readme validatior.

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For the current version, make sure you include the Version attribute in your plugin header file. Like this:

/*
Plugin Name: WordPress.org Plugin
Plugin URI:  https://developer.wordpress.org/plugins/the-basics/
Description: Basic WordPress Plugin Header Comment
Version:     2.3.0
Author:      WordPress.org
Author URI:  https://developer.wordpress.org/
License:     GPL2
License URI: https://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-2.0.html
Text Domain: wporg
Domain Path: /languages
*/

For more detail check the WordPress Header Requirements documentation.

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