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DanielKeller
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It’s awesome…shouldn’t be too much longer. Maybe 2-3 months.

2-3 weeks would be what I consider too much longer, 2-3 months is forever :(

And I agree, we should get credit for referring authors, maybe 50% of their first weeks sales?

thats 10 – 20 % for envato… too less, a whole week is really much what about 50% of their first sale…. when it costs $30, $15 for the one who referred

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MDNW
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It’s awesome…shouldn’t be too much longer. Maybe 2-3 months.

2-3 weeks would be what I consider too much longer, 2-3 months is forever :(

Hah, 2-3 months is nothing in dev time. Blink twice and you’ve missed your deadline. Seriously though – considering the scope of the features list on the current website, I was expecting something closer to a Jan/Feb 2010 release. 2-3 months is awesome.

Re: author referrals. I’m totally indifferent to this – seems like it’d be harder to track than it’s worth though – and it potentially divides the pie up one more time without a huge benefit. Authors are already attracted to TF/Envato for a number of reasons – incentivising the process probably wouldn’t yield a huge amount of new authors beyond those who would already join up on their own… plus, if the rule were retroactive/cumulative, whoever referred digitalscience would need to open up a Swiss bank account to handle the cashout :P.

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