[theme-reviewers] Why can't theme authors have a second version of a theme?
trent at cyberchimps.com
Sat Sep 27 19:47:02 UTC 2014
I am fine with "Responsive Mobile".
I still think it's silly we can't use a standard naming practice in the technology industry using numbers in a supposedly open source community but if we can keep our branding somehow and end this debate and resolve this then so be it.
CEO CyberChimps Inc.
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> On Sep 27, 2014, at 11:29 AM, Otto <otto at ottodestruct.com> wrote:
>> On Fri, Sep 26, 2014 at 7:56 PM, Trent Lapinski <trent at cyberchimps.com> wrote:
>> Fine, if we resubmit is as “Responsive HD” or “Responsive MF” does that work?
> From the ticket:
> > Replaced responsive grid with mobile first grid.
> How about a name that is more descriptive than "II" then? "Responsive Mobile", or "Responsive Grid" or something?
> My original objections were not to the use of the word Responsive, but to the version number being part of the name. "HD" doesn't seem to apply, and while I get what "MF" means now, it's a bit unusual for a name.
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