[theme-reviewers] Theme URI/Author URI Question
chip at chipbennett.net
Tue Mar 5 12:48:06 UTC 2013
Only a certain version of Thesis, found to have incorporated core WordPress
code, was released under a split license.
Subsequent versions of Thesis are released under the proprietary,
non-GPL-compatible, DIYThemes license.
On Tue, Mar 5, 2013 at 6:05 AM, Jonny <wp at stormfire.eu> wrote:
> I thought thesis switched to a duel licence sometime last year?
> If I remember rightly and it did, then it is GPL compatible, not GPL
> enough to be listed on .org but GPL enough as to make the reason for
> disallowing the theme invalid.
> Correct me if I'm wrong however.
> ZOOM ZOOM
> On 5 Mar 2013, at 08:16, Abhik Biswas <abhik at itsabhik.com> wrote:
> > Got my theme *not-approved* and two of the few reasons are:
> > 1. Author URI is an internet marketing site, not a personal site
> > 2. Author URI/Theme URI site promotes Thesis, which is a
> non-GPL-compatible WordPress Theme
> > Well, I am fine with that. However, I do have a question on this. May be
> that have been discussed a lot of times but I can't find it anywhere.
> > I have a store that have both paid and free themes (and plugins). All of
> them are 100% GPL compatible (including the bundles resources).
> > May I use the home url as Author URI and the url where the theme is
> listed (in case of a paid theme, a buy now button is there along with a
> button to download the free version) as the Theme URI?
> > Thanks
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