[theme-reviewers] Why can't theme authors have a second version of a theme?

Otto otto at ottodestruct.com
Sat Sep 27 04:47:26 UTC 2014

On Fri, Sep 26, 2014 at 11:05 PM, Bryan Hadaway <bhadaway at gmail.com> wrote:

> Whether we call it "Responsive II" (makes the most sense), "Responsive
> Neu" or whatever, that is out prerogative, because "Responsive" is not a
> generic term in this sense.
Look, I didn't mean to cause this much of a fuss, but I just have to say,
as my final word on the subject... that is a dumb name. My 2 cents and all
that, but, you know what? No. Dumb name. Feel free to disagree if you like,
but I think names should be relatively unique. If it's different enough to
be separate (which is perfectly and totally fine, and even laudable), then
it should get uniquely named. Names matter, in my view.

That was all I ever really wanted to say. Everything else was just angry
argumentative nonsense on my part, and I do regret it. Forget the trademark
crap, forget the the slippery slope nonsense. Please feel free to forget
all that jazz, and have a beer instead. Relax a bit. :)

I wholeheartedly apologize for unintentionally antagonizing this thread
into levels which might be deemed ridiculous by some parties. Totally my
bad. I should not internet when I'm tired. I am very sorry to all, it has
been a busy day.

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