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kriskorn
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It means that your layout is broken in IE8…

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kriskorn
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There are 2350 author submitting files and only a few reviewers. It usually doesn’t take over a few days, but it can take up to a week as it is said in the knowledge base.

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kriskorn
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Yep, Google helps always!

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kriskorn
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I sent about a week ago feedback, that I can’t create any services with pictures of different errors and today I get an email saying to be ready for the Open Beta launch with my services…

A little bit odd. I didn’t get any email confirming that those problems were solved and I could try again to create my services.

Kris

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kriskorn
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Thank you for the answer, Japh!
Legally I know I have every right to do so, but I just want to know what’s Envato’s stance on this ?

Hey Kris, I imagine we’d have to take these on a case by case basis. It would really depend on the specific scenario whether we believed the agreement had been breached.

As far as the GPL goes you may legally have every right to do so, but as far as the exclusivity agreement goes, they’re not the same.

That’s why I asked the question, because of the exclusivity… But it was all hypothetical, so let’s put this behind and go on with our daily lives.

Kris

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kriskorn
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I got that the 100% GPL License & Exclusivity aren’t tied together already yesterday. Now the hypothetical part… If I were to release a GPL WordPress Theme from this account and started a company with my good friend. Now my friend wants to use the theme I am selling here for a client. He/She buys the theme and is also now offering this theme for sale on our company’s website. A simple question – would this break the GPL & Exclusivty Terms or not and if it breaks them, then please can you tell me how ?

Hey Kris,

It would possibly depend on a variety of things, such as who owns what, and who has a controlling influence where, etc. Really you’d need to seek legal advice about this, it’s not something we can categorically answer about a fictional scenario.

Thank you for the answer, Japh!
Legally I know I have every right to do so, but I just want to know what’s Envato’s stance on this ?

Kris

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kriskorn
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The one post(mine) that specifically asked for a staff reply didn’t get it… Please could a staff member give an answer to this post – http://themeforest.net/forums/thread/100-gpl-questions-answered/93118?page=3#764162

Thank you,
Kris

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kriskorn
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I have a hypothetical question which I would like to be answered by someone on the staff.

I got that the 100% GPL License & Exclusivity aren’t tied together already yesterday. Now the hypothetical part… If I were to release a GPL WordPress Theme from this account and started a company with my good friend. Now my friend wants to use the theme I am selling here for a client. He/She buys the theme and is also now offering this theme for sale on our company’s website.

A simple question – would this break the GPL & Exclusivty Terms or not and if it breaks them, then please can you tell me how ?

Thank you,
Kris

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kriskorn
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A serious question here. Can we make it an in-house rule that 100% GPL does not override the current in-house stock-to-stock rule with regards to using other marketplace items in your own?
100% GPL is 100% GPL. Make your plugins GPL and I’ll include all of those in my upcoming themes. And no in-house rules can’t stop me! :)
...they can stop you selling it here though, which is what codingjack is asking.

@PixelBuffet

This would be like hitting yourself in the face with a burning cactus at the same time eating wasabi and running away from a pack of angry lions.

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