[theme-reviewers] Why the double standards and why Pagelines gets special treatment?
danielx386 at gmail.com
Tue Mar 27 08:55:54 UTC 2012
Thank you for putting a lid on this :)
On 27/03/2012, jay Cauvain <wp at stormfire.me> wrote:
> Cheers Emil, I was actually considering unsubscribing myself from the list
> because I am getting sick of conversations like this.
> People have no right to call the reviewers and staff out.
> The way I see it there are two options.
> 1. If you consider your theme worthy enough to break the rules, ask for an
> exception to them and abide by the admins decision.
> 2. Don't submit your theme.
> On Mar 27, 2012 8:24 AM, "Emil Uzelac" <emil at themeid.com> wrote:
>> To all parties involved in this drama, as an admin (and others will agree)
>> I am forced to moderate this specific and any other similar so called
>> - There will be no more attacks on Theme Reviewers (*Daniel is one of
>> them just FYI*)
>> - Stop calling out admins and other people on
>> theme-reviewers at lists.wordpress.org list
>> - Do not take any personal vendettas against anyone, especially our
>> reviewers, admins, stuff and the authors
>> - Have any issues after everything was explained to "you" in details,
>> stop submitting your Theme(s) to repository
>> I've personally had enough of this nonsense. List is no longer available
>> to anyone with these "questions". If "you" continue I'll personally
>> unsubscribe you from theme-reviewers at lists.wordpress.org list.
>> This is real and personal abuse of our reviewers and other people as well!
>> Keep it clean,
>> On Tue, Mar 27, 2012 at 1:20 AM, Satish Gandham
>> <satish.iitg at gmail.com>wrote:
>>> @Daniel Tara
>>> *******I don't understand what's so difficult to grasp about asking and
>>> receiving a weaver from the guidelines.*******
>>> Those special cases aren't necessary for the functioning of the theme
>>> their only purpose is to brand their theme.
>>> I asked for an exception on base64encode as my themes import/export
>>> function depends on it. I never got any exception.
>>> This thread is about double standards and favoritism
>>> 1. You yourself pointed that page lines clearly violates the GPL terms.
>>> Yet they continue to be in the repository. While my theme was suspended
>>> with in one day of notice.
>>> 2. I was asked to rewrite my code as I was using two db entries to store
>>> options, but page lines is allowed to use 6
>>> 3. I was asked to remove the fav icon, and page lines is allowed to
>>> enable their fav icon by default.
>>> 4. How can you allow themes to rebrand wordpress login page without user
>>> 5. We are not allowed to hot link images on the options page because of
>>> privacy reasons.
>>> How can you trust the developer in not using the hot linked images
>>> for tracking?
>>> If you trust him, why not trust others?
>>> All I'm asking for is fair rules and transparency.
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>>> theme-reviewers at lists.wordpress.org
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