That’s a strange situation. You should keep the plugin separate of course, but on the other hand you are right about the licensing terms. I request a staff reply to your post – it would be good to hear a official answer.
Japh saidSeriously? So Canvas, which is a 3 years old theme(february 2010) passed all the checks and is up to the quality here on TF? So the quality requirements are just for some authors, not for all of them.
FinalDestiny said@FinalDestiny, WooThemes’ items were put through the same review process as all authors’ items.
The problem is that they don’t go through the same review system as us and this is not fair. They approved all their items, no matter how old they were and most of them are overpriced. Envato, c’mon.
Also there is another point I’m curios about. Since it appears woothemes had themes here in the past then they remove them, those themes are the same as the one they have now? Because you can’t bring back an item once you remove it.
The items they had weren’t their current themes, so this shouldn’t be a problem.
Usually a couple of days for Themeforest.
So are you! Teaching people so they could to learn something new.
You need quite a bit of time to upload 30 Themes and considering at least a few of them would get soft rejected (from my experiences and experiences of other authors), I find that extremely hard to believe, so I will stick to FinalDestiny thoughts here. Or perhaps all 30 themes were perfect right away
As Envato stated – they are partners. These rules do not apply…