egemenerd saidYou can’t buy your theme and sell elsewhere?
Jaynesh saidNo, if you are an exclusive author you can’t sell your GPL themes elsewhere but everyone else can sell
Does that mean that technically you can sell your GPL themes elsewhere and still remain an exclusive author?
All these tricky questions merged also when GPL was released on TF on a large Collis thread. Answers varied between strange, absurd, surrealist and astonishing. I still think GPL is a quite conflictive thing on TF, but we shouldn’t have same discussion we had once then.
I’ve just got this from one of ThemeForest users:Hi if this 100% GPL
can i resell this theme on a blog of mine that sells translated themes RTL direction?
Well the answer is totally YES!This is what GPL means.. he doesn’t even need your permission.
Yeap, i can’t find what’s funny on it.
In fact, not only he can sell it on his blog, but he can give it for free, earning money with ads.
Then, what i can’t understand is that if you contact a designer to use his stuff, why don’t use better his work images directly, instead of the small square details on Dribbble.
Thanks for the replies.
I’ve seen many many themes lately including Dribbble stuff for demo purposes.
Is that allowed? I mean, without contacting the author and get his explicit permission.
Yep, Envato takes just $35, intermediary banks takes another bit.
For SWIFT transfers i usually pay $35 (Envato), $25-30 (Intermediary bank, normally in US) and another $25-30 (My local spanish bank comission). That depends obviously on the transfered amount.
So, best advice unless you need urgently the money is group some months before transfering.
Sorry guys, the DDoS attack is me. With F5