[theme-reviewers] [WordPress Themes] #3716: THEME: Striped Blog - 1.0

Chip Bennett chip at chipbennett.net
Sun May 1 13:03:09 UTC 2011

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On Sun, May 1, 2011 at 4:06 AM, Dmitriy Molotov
<weedsandpunkrock at gmail.com>wrote:

> Hi! I changed the URL of the author in theme description (style.css), but I
> can not upload it again - site displays an error that the name of the
> theme is already in use. How I can re-upload the theme?
> thanx you all
>> 2011/5/1 WordPress Themes <theme-reviewers at lists.wordpress.org>
>>> #3716: THEME: Striped Blog - 1.0
>>> ---------------------------------+-------------------------------
>>>  Reporter:  yourwordpresscoder  |     Owner:  emiluzelac
>>>       Type:  theme               |    Status:  closed
>>> Resolution:  not-approved        |  Keywords:  theme-striped-blog
>>> ---------------------------------+-------------------------------
>>> Changes (by emiluzelac):
>>>  * status:  assigned => closed
>>>  * resolution:   => not-approved
>>> Comment:
>>>  Unfortunately we cannot accept Theme and Author URLs because they are in
>>>  direct violation with [http://wordpress.org/about/domains/ WordPress
>>>  Domains.]
>>>  For various reasons related to our WordPress trademark, we ask if you're
>>>  going to start a site about WordPress or related to it that you not use
>>>  "WordPress" in the domain name. Try using "wp" instead, or another
>>>  variation. We're not lawyers, but very good ones tell us we have to do
>>>  this to preserve our trademark. Also many users have told us they find
>>> it
>>>  confusing.
>>>  If you already have a domain with "WordPress" in it, redirecting it to
>>> the
>>>  "wp" equivalent is fine, just as long as the main one users see and you
>>>  promote doesn't contain "WordPress."
>>>  "WordPress" in sub-domains is fine, like wordpress.example.com, we're
>>> just
>>>  concerned about top-level domains.
>>>  We've told this to anyone who has ever asked us, we just wanted to make
>>> it
>>>  public so more people could be aware of this policy.
>>>  <whine>But I see other domains using WordPress in them!</whine>
>>>  If they're not WordPress.com, WordPress.net, WordPress.org,
>>> WordPress.tv,
>>>  or WordPressFoundation.org, they're not allowed, and you should contact
>>>  the owner with a pointer to this page. We see this most frequently with
>>>  spammy sites distributing plugins and themes with malware in them, which
>>>  you probably don't want to be associated with.
>>> --
>>> Ticket URL: <http://themes.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/3716#comment:2>
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