Even beyond SOPA , I’d leave because of this: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/03/31/bob-parsons-godaddy-ceo-elephant-hunt_n_843121.html
Providing an HTML fallback would take care of this.
So now you’re providing two versions of a website—all to have a bit more power in the animation department? I don’t think it’s worth it.
I don’t think the ability to purchase a Premium subscription with marketplace funds is anywhere near in the future.
Kriesi – I’m honored to have been around when you submitted your first few files.
And to all new authors – even Kriesi had some rejections (I’m sure he won’t mind me saying)! Don’t let a rejection keep you from trying and trying again.
Yeah – better not to use @import, in general.
Or – use a preprocessor like Sass or Less. Then, you can use @import as much as you wish.
And upgrade to jQuery 1.7.1.
Criticizing IE6 is silly. It was the most advanced browser in the world when it came out.
Hopefully, the upcoming changes will clarify everything. No one can deny that the terms of each license are very confusing.
The first step is admitting that you have a problem.
The idea of splitting commissions has come up a lot in the last couple years. In all honesty, it always comes down to the fact that it would only appeal to a niche audience. There are usually more vital things to work on.
...But I must agree that it would be a nice feature to have!