As a Roblox developer, it is currently impossible to delete assets that we do not want uploaded to the website.
The most common use for this would be to comply with the Roblox rules.
Sometimes, a developer accidentally uploads the wrong asset. Sometimes they upload an asset, then the rules change. Sometimes a developer’s account gets taken over, and rule-breaking assets are uploaded onto their account.
In all of these cases, the developer should have the chance to acknowledge and delete the rule-breaking asset from the website on their own. They should not have to risk account moderation – or in the “account gets taken over” example, termination – when they are already aware of the problem and want to fix it.
I noticed this was an issue when reading this post. The user in that post realized that the asset they uploaded did not belong on Roblox, but they had no way to remove it from the website, so action was taken against their account.
If Roblox is able to address this issue, it would make developers feel safer with regard to changing rules and existing assets, account take-overs, and accidental uploads.
To answer the inevitable “what if ‘hackers’ delete the assets on an account they take over”/“what if a rogue group member deletes assets”: assets can be hidden from all users when deleted, and the deletion can be reversed up to a certain amount of time (such as a month).