[theme-reviewers] Five for The Future
michael at mhthemes.com
Wed Oct 1 11:45:20 UTC 2014
can you please add permissions to my account so that I can grab a ticket when there is some free time?
> Am 01.10.2014 um 13:29 schrieb Tammie Lister <karmatosed at gmail.com>:
> This rocks!
> Thanks so much. Every hour counts! I am of the same belief that every theme shop no matter what size can and should devote 5% of it's resources. It not only helps themes, helps maintain the universe you live in and get revenue from, but it also means you keep fresh with the standards.
> I also would take it further and say you shouldn't submit a theme without also reviewing one. Think of it like theme karma :) I know this is my own personal belief though, sometimes people like to get there different routes.
> I look forward to a day where I see many more theme shops contributing people. To that point, if you are a theme shop and you are contributing people, shout about it! I want to know and see everyone of you amazing people :)
>> On Wed, Oct 1, 2014 at 11:47 AM, Greg Priday <greg at siteorigin.com> wrote:
>> For those of you who missed it:
>> The theme review queue is a perfect example of a system that suffers from the tragedy of the commons. Theme developers, especially those benefiting from the theme directory to drive their freemium business models really need to step up and help out more.
>> My theme company (SiteOrigin), is still rather small, but I'm willing to commit 5% of our resources to the queue. Are there any other freemium theme developers/shops willing to do the same?
>> This only works out to about 2 hours per developer per week.
>> I make free WordPress themes
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