Congrats, Jake! Well deserved It certainly was an entertaining request. We organised a special photo shoot and everything! (The timing could have been a coincidence, but I like to think it was fate)
My wife’s first question was “Did they do a special photoshoot for this?”
JamiGibbs saidIf Indianapolis is on its way from Chicago to where the location is… pick me up!
designcrumbs saidI’ll bring the Doritos, you bring the mix tape.
JamiGibbs saidCaputo/Gibbs road trip?
I’ll be in N. America in June. A community meetup would be fun!
Ok, but you’re paying for all the Taco Bell stops.
Uh oh.. Let me try again.
Doorbell rang a little bit ago and I found this stuff outside my door
Just to see if it would happen, I asked for a autographed headshot of Japh and for Collis to draw a picture of a zombie petting a cat.
And of course, my shirt.
I should be receiving mine any day now as well
designcrumbs saidI see that some of your themes are now gpl. Can you explain more why you chosen to use this license?
Wow, thanks guys! I’m constantly amazed by our community. I was just drinking my morning coffee while reading what happened overnight (for me) and then I see the community “nominating” me. It was a pleasant surprise.
All of my WP themes are GPL now.
This is the license that most of the WP community backs, and I want to be part of that community. Participating in things like WordCamps is important to me. The WordPress Foundation was clear that WordPress was built 100% GPL so they want all derivatives to be GPL, and I have no problem with that.Personally, I don’t see much difference between the split license and GPL in practice. Sure, GPL allows users to redistribute my items, but lets face it, that was being done anyway.
Ok but they were redistributed illegally and for free, you wouldn’t have a problem with someone legally buying a license of your theme and reselling it for half the price for example?
That was happening already, for $5 in fact. I prefer to roll with the punches and spend my time creating my themes than to try to fight distribution, legal or illegal.