[theme-reviewers] Providing commercial non-GPL themes

Otto otto at ottodestruct.com
Wed Sep 4 04:11:36 UTC 2013

Selling custom work for clients has nothing to do with what you're
affiliated with or what you're distributing or selling on your own
site. That is fine.


On Tue, Sep 3, 2013 at 11:05 PM, Dane Morgan <dane at danemorganmedia.com> wrote:
> Chip, what about custom themes for a one off client with no intent to
> distribute? I'm entertaining the idea of doing some stock themes and I want
> them to be compatible, but for the past four years I've earned my living
> making custom themes for businesses and I built the resources they wanted
> into their themes so long as they had the legal right to use them for that
> purpose.
> Does this disqualify me out of the gate from ever getting a theme into the
> repository?
> Chip Bennett wrote:
>> It's really pretty simple: if you want to host *anything* at WPORG, you
>> must be affiliated with *nothing* WordPress-related (Themes *and* Plugins)
>> that is not GPL-compatible.
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