What i would do is try set the files up in the easiest possible way for the buyer (that will not necessarily be familiar with Grunt) but also make the use of your dev environment available for those who want to use it.
You don’t have to add the bower_components folder – if your files contain the bower.json file the buyers should be able to pull all the dependencies from that file.
What i usually do is provide all the developing environment files (except bower_json and grunt / gulpfile) and have the production files compile in a /dist folder. The novice buyer can just work with the /dist files, while advance users can harness the power of the dev environment with preprocessing like Jade, Sass, CoffeeScript etc.
As long as your documentation clearly explains how to use the files for your project, you can upload any folder structure you wish.
The good thing is we had a promise to get an official reply “later this week”, so it can’t be much longer now..
A response this week sounds good. Thanks guys!
Did we really need yet another direct link to the WordPress most popular items page from inside the empty shopping cart?
The forum guidelines ask specifically to communicate in English only, so i don’t think your idea is going to be well accepted.
Non, pas du tout. Enfin, cela depend des modifications apportees au theme, mais c’est un prix tout a fait raisonable selon le contexte du site.
The problem, even if something was done, after talking to many buyers who no longer come here, is they no doubt will not come back anyway because they stopped coming.
Once damage is done it’s exceptionally hard to flip that situation around.This is why things need to be thought through before stuff happens rather than knee jerk reactions when things have gone so horribly wrong.
+1, i believe many buyers have found their ‘do it all’ monster theme and now happily use it over and over regardless of the licence terms.
Just like they say – “the last theme you will ever have to buy”.. and then see ya!
Thanks for the kind words @prestahome
I ported my latest MODX theme into WP (it’s on the WP developer’s account, not mine). TF hard rejected it saying it was too simple / minimal, so a beautiful, simple theme had to be turned into a “viral video” theme to be able to be accepted.
So now it looks like a clean, presentation theme who’s core purpose is to allow video sharing like viral sites..
Guess what, it sells like poo and was a lot of time invested for very minimal outcomes.
There is ONE exception of one beautifully simple blogging theme in the best sellers page of WP. Hats off to @solopine for giving everyone the hope that it is possible to succeed with a simple theme with no bloat.
If multi-purpose themes can do EVERYTHING and they are the last theme we will ever need to buy – why is there the need to have 300 of theme in ThemeForest? And add 3-4 of them each and every day? I just don’t get it.
On the other hand, they are shutting down minimal blog themes (alla Ghost themes) with the reason that they have too many of them. But they welcome multi-blot with wide open arms.