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Most themes have pros and cons, and I find it hard to find one that I like out-of-the-box.

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I gave up completely from Thesis. I’m not a developer and I felt betrayed, since most marketing theme has always been about ease of use for common users seeking a theme customizable. What we see with the Thesis is far from it. Buy Avada, and after three hours the site was working the way I wanted, that is what is important to me

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It’s my opinion that if a developer creates a theme or plugin that is not licensed under the GPL like the platform it works on and is used by millions of people, that is a slap in the face to everyone who has contributed to the project

Also, this whole notion that this is going to have a lasting negative effect on either side’s business is just looney. 99% of WP users have no idea what the GPL is. If they did know they wouldn’t care unless they thought it had some legal implication for them as a website owner which it doesn’t. Does it make both parties look like douches? Yes. Horrible for business? Not really.


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From my perspective, you’ve been fighting for the rights of developers to license their work however they please, regardless of the license the platform they are building on or around has. Why is that or am I missing the boat?

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Why are there different religions? Countries? It is easy to say “I am right, everyone agree with me”, it is hard to prove that. And clearly WordPress project has some issues in proving department, or we’d all be that happy content bunch in the flow.

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Why only proprietary? What about GPL-incompatible open licenses? Are they evil as well? Should developer of theme I use at my blog be slandered and threatened to be sued because he released theme under Creative Commons?

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OK, let me try and answer this. Who do you think is going to be able to afford better lawyers and be more able to bear the costs of a potentially long-running lawsuit; Matt, with the assets of Automattic and the WordPress Foundation behind him, not to mention the support of the SFLC; or Chris Pearson? I don’t recall Thesis taking millions in VC funding, do you?

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What I don’t understand is why you are for the idea of themes and plugins to have a proprietary license within an open and free environment. From my perspective, you’ve been fighting for the rights of developers to license their work however they please, regardless of the license the platform they are building on or around has. Why is that or am I missing the boat?

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What I don’t understand is why you are for the idea of themes and plugins to have a proprietary license within an open and free environment. From my perspective, you’ve been fighting for the rights of developers to license their work however they please, regardless of the license the platform they are building on or around has. Why is that or am I missing the boat?