[theme-reviewers] Theme URI/Author URI Question
wp at stormfire.eu
Tue Mar 5 13:00:58 UTC 2013
Ahh I see, thanks for correcting me.
On 5 Mar 2013, at 12:48, Chip Bennett <chip at chipbennett.net> wrote:
> 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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