You can also try inserting 100-150 lines of white space at the beginning of the source code… I know, it’s a very cheap trick but it could stop some of the newbies.
... any item that no longer supports (or plans to support) the latest available stable release of WP should be retired … Lifetime updates / support are definitely an unreasonable expectation.
It seems like you’re contradicting yourself by saying that you’re expecting authors to constantly update their items for every new WP release, but you also consider that lifetime updates are an exaggeration… the two don’t go together very well. For how long should authors update their items until you can say that they’ve done enough. One year? 2? 10?
Thanks everybody for the nice words.
Next Goal: Silver Paw
Yay, I got my shiny black paw today!
Since everybody likes to announce their progress nowadays, I’m going to follow their example.
A big thanks to all the buyers and to my fellow authors, who were always kind enough to help me with my numerous rejection threads …
Mine was processed today without any problems…
HTML templates: http://themeforest.net/category/site-templates/retail/travel
WordPress themes: http://themeforest.net/category/wordpress/retail/travel
Hope you’ll find what you’re looking for.