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

Bruce Wampler weavertheme at gmail.com
Sat Sep 27 17:41:56 UTC 2014

So, let me see. Windows seems like a pretty stupid name for a software 
product. Guess Microsoft is going to find a new name instead of WIndows 9.

> Fränk Klein <mailto:wp-mailing at fklein.info>
> September 26, 2014 at 2:57 PM
> I agree with Otto that a new theme should have a new name. If an 
> update breaks users’ sites then it is no longer the same theme, but a 
> different one.
> We also should consider that the name Responsive 2.0, Responsive New, 
> Responsive Rewritten or similar names would not fit the current naming 
> guidelines IMO, as the term responsive is too generic to be a good 
> theme name.
> That being said, I think people worry too much about names. If the 
> theme has great design and great code, it doesn’t really matter what 
> you call it. So why not give it a beautiful, poetic name?
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Bruce Wampler, Ph.D.

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