Hey Oliver!WS-Theme said
Is it allowed to submit this Template as a new one (it has a new Name and also the design is changing). Can anybode answer this Question?
That’s a great question! If both the design and features are significantly different between the two versions, you should be safe to submit this as a new item.
Of course, it’ll still need to go through the review process and there’s no guarantee it will be approvedChristian
This way Envato just pushes authors to create more themes.
Guys, grow up already! This strategy was good for a small marketplace. You are big enough, and it’s time to start growing in terms of product quality, not quantity.
At this moment buyers are getting horrid experience with items that are not on Top Sellers list simply because you refuse to charge for updates: authors have zero interest in updating items the moments they stop selling. In todays world, this business model is not sustainable both for authors and buyers.
Please let me remind you: http://themeforest.net/forums/thread/preparing-for-upcoming-vat-changes/151408?message_id=1189597&page=60#1189597 . Though this thread was silently locked without a proper reply, it is not forgotten.
Your original post flagged due to language.Please respect your fellow users, staff, and moderators. We are all part of a community and you are expected to treat all users in a professional and respectful manner.
Please remember when posting:
- Does this improve the conversation?
- Does this treat my fellow community members and Staff with respect?
- Is my criticism constructive and am I criticizing ideas and not people?
Then please remove the offensive words and bring the post back.
And remarks from Envato staff about “respect”, “civilized” and “constructive criticism” sounds as well hypocritical after this thread: http://themeforest.net/forums/thread/preparing-for-upcoming-vat-changes/151408?page=60 and locking it silently
Edit: Thank you for bringing the post back.
Since obviously nobody is going to restore the original post, I will re-post it:
I’m reading and thinking about this: http://www.envato.com/2014
No one will deny that 2014 was a great year both for Envato and us, authors. Though there were some controversial changes, you rolled out lots of long awaited features, improvements and other stuff. Kudos for it!
However. Don’t you find those triumphant reports about THE COMMUNITY (which you [find_your_own_word] by miscommunicating on VAT and “authors are selling directly to buyers” and other smelly things) being a bit hypocritical?
Personally I – do.
Miroslav (from Dream-Theme)
Can’t stand even slightest criticism? Yeah, go on. This is how to get things done in managing the COMMUNITY.
I’m reading and thinking about: http://www.envato.com/2014
No one will deny that 2014 was a great year both for Envato and us, authors! Sure there were some controversial changes, but you rolled out lots of long awaited features, improvements and other cool stuff. Kudos for that!
However. Don’t you find triumphant reports about THE COMMUNITY (that you [language removed] last year with all those VAT and “authors are selling directly to buyers” smelly things) being a bit hypocritical?
Miroslav (from Dream-Theme)
You can also go for themes that supports multiple portfolios natively. E.g. our The7 and Armada
From 0 (zero) communication on Envato side I can conclude that nobody gives to much of a … about Elites at Envato. Maybe it’s time to put down the elite.envato.com site, if you are not going to do what’s stated there?
(I’m not saying about lack of communication on Envato side in general. And on VAT particularly.)
This is a business relationship and envato is screwing all his members right now.
That is exactly what I’m talking about. I doubt they will reconsider their decision.
Their “direct transactions between buyer and author [since 2006]” is obvious fraud. And have a “judicial capacity”.
It was great having Envato as reliable business partner. Now instead on focusing on my work, I have to sit and think “what’s next?”.