My understanding is this: You can use the font on any site you currently own / run.
However, if you are using it in a theme, the theme buyer would have to obtain a licence to use the font on their site as well, if they are using your theme.
You are the licensee, but you don’t control the sites that your buyers will use the theme on, so the buyer needs to purchase their own licence.
Basically the licence isn’t extended, and doesn’t cover it being reused or sold for a third party buyer.
Don’t quote me, but that’s my understanding.
What Misspato said. Congrats to all who bagged a bounty!
Thanks for all the feedback folks. And again good luck to anyone trying to get the last few spots!
Just like me, I still waiting for reviewing and still keep in refresh the author dashbroad page
Congrats to everyone who made the bounty and good luck to everyone trying to make the last few spots!
Thanks, but they are no big thing.
The key is to keep going, and look at taking what you have to the next level
Many congrats to those who got accepted, some super stuff! Curious to know what your spending the reward monies on!
Not a veteran, but here are my thoughts.
Background: Lack of contrast between the posts background and the page background. Using #f0f0f0 improves it: http://i.imgur.com/OVBBm.png
Post types: Great you have all the post types in, add support for Ask / Submit
Social Links: Again, great you have the twitter feed in there, but some social icons or links would be handy.
General: There are a few themes already like yours in the Tumblr category: http://themeforest.net/item/ultramnml-clean-responsive-tumblr-theme/2969518 & http://themeforest.net/item/simplicitheme-blog-template-for-tumblr/1939226. Both are great examples of doing a theme correctly.
The thing that sets these apart from your own, is they are responsive, and include a few more features. Personally I would try and take the theme in a slightly different direction to make it stand out, and look at making it responsive.
Hope that helps.