Isn't TFT commercial software? If its free now, do you know of any links per chance?
If you have RoC, you have to download the patch of TFT. Downloading TFT itself is quite difficult; I rememeber that I struggled like hell to download TFT. I scoured in the whole internet to find a free full version but that was 3 years ago so I can't remember/find any link.
I wasn't really aware that was a rule, and I guess I either forgot or didn't read all of the submission/map posting rules. But rest assured it wont be updated further without a properly formatted change-log. Every time I update the map it makes it exclusive to TFT no matter what I do, so I don't have a choice but to wait anyway.
It isn't a rule in the map submission rules but clearly you cannot update your map if not with significant updates because otherwise I'd keep sending your map to needs fix continuously so when you'd make relevant updates, I'd still think it's one of the useless ones.
In all honesty, when I set your map to needs fix it was because I had so many other pending maps to deal with that I wanted to lighten the burden on my shoulders but now that there is a low number of pending maps left, I'd be glad to have a second look at your map. Although using RoC's World Editor doesn't promise anything good, your map could pass the standards if it is enjoyable and the terrain is well-made. You should really download TFT's patch to enjoy all the new functions available in its World Editor.
Finally, when your map is set to needs fix, you shouldn't update it every second with very little updates (correcting texts, moving a unit, changing/adding a trigger) because it doesn't change your map in a sufficient to let me approve it, that's how I had to let you stop by telling you that I would've rejected it if you had continued.
I've updated and improved my Jestlord map again. I'm still making my Doom map for Warcraft III as well as my "Gather the Clans" map, which will have 4 Orc factions with different abilities fight each other.