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PrimaThemes last forum post was around that time… need another answer, Doru?
On a more serious note though, think you might have missed this one:
So I finally got an answer from Envato support, turns out that you can’t host the code in public GitHub repository no matter if you choose 100% GPL or not, as it violates Exclusive Author agreement. Pitty.
No problem whatsoever! Thank you for being so patient with us, glad the reply did reach you after all.
Support emails and the newsletters/promo stuff is sent through different emails, and as such some may be flagged as spam, while others might not. This would explain why you get some, but not the others…
That being said, your idea is quite a good suggestion and something I’d be delighted to forward to the appropriate staff for further consideration. I can also certainly tell you that this is quite a big change and will probably take quite a while before it’s even considered, but this is the first step