[theme-reviewers] About My Theme "Infinity"

Greg Priday greg at siteorigin.com
Fri Jun 29 10:51:03 UTC 2012

That one line should have been


On Fri, Jun 29, 2012 at 12:49 PM, Greg Priday <greg at siteorigin.com> wrote:
> I'd suggest you tell PressCrew to include code that intercepts and
> removes theme update information.
> ===
> add_filter('pre_set_site_transient_update_themes', 'infinity_remove_update');
> function infinity_remove_update($checked_data) {
>   $theme_base = basename(get_template_directory());
>   unset($checked_data->response[]);
>   return $checked_data;
> }
> ===
> Somewhere in their functions.php should do the trick. They'd obviously
> need to check that though.
> On Fri, Jun 29, 2012 at 12:32 PM, Mike Dave <designcoralblog at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hello Admin,
>> My Theme Infinity is available to public in WordPress Repo. I have submitted
>> my theme by keeping the WordPress Guidelines in mind especially about name.
>> I have searched the WordPress directory for the name "Infinity" and there
>> was not any theme related to Infinity, so i decided to choose the name.
>> Now i have received an email from PressCrew and a part of email is as
>> follows,
>>> Congratulations on your Infinity WordPress Theme, it's looks great. Sadly
>>> there's a big issue that has popped up for our WordPress project that has
>>> the same name.
>>> Our Infinity is also a free WordPress Theme and has been released about a
>>> year ago (http://infinity.presscrew.com). We've build a great community of
>>> users of the past year, and it has become a valuable tool our users.
>>> Currently our theme is in beta 3 and thousands of people have downloaded it.
>>> Why am I telling you this? Because today all our users got prompted to
>>> update to a new version of Infinity through the WordPress dashboard. We were
>>> extremely confused because we had not pushed out any update (since the theme
>>> is not yet in the repo!). It turns out that it's actually WordPress thinking
>>> that your version of Infinity is the theme that's being used by our users.
>>> In practice this means that several of our users have accidently overwritten
>>> our theme with yours. I don't have to tell you the implications this has for
>>> our users.
>> So what you people suggest me about this issue.
>> Waiting for response.
>> Take Care
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