Jeffrey I don’t know if that is actually true. Have you guys seen this article from attorneys at the University of Washington’s law department:
http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-faq.html If the program dynamically links plug-ins, and they make function calls to each other and share data structures, we believe they form a single program, which must be treated as an extension of both the main program and the plug-ins. This means the plug-ins must be released under the GPL or a GPL -compatible free software license, and that the terms of the GPL must be followed when those plug-ins are distributed.
Most wp plugins on here would share data and make function calls to eachother (eg: widgets, backend menu buttons). so GPL it is.
Just lucky most plugins include static graphics / css / html / photoshop files which I guess can be licensed differently.
What’s a paw got to do with income/sales?
http://wiki.envato.com/community/badges-community/envato-marketplace-badges/ see the “author” section, paws show total sales (ie: income) you have made over all marketplaces
edit: ah i see, what’s a “paw” got to do with income/sales. interesting .. anyone know ?
The obfuscated file: http://datheme.com/pagemoonator/js/pageMooNator.js
hope you lock that script to your domain name (in the obfuscated demo code) otherwise you might find people can use your obfuscated class as-is
eg: if(location.host == ‘datheme.com’)...
is your obfuscation app a desktop app or some sorta script that can run on a website?
What about how facebook / meebo / etc.. work? All their content is provided over http://
Just the initial signin information is posted over https://source of http://www.facebook.com:
<form method="POST" action="https://www.facebook.com/login.php" />
if envato posts login details to https://auth.envato.com or something then you’ll only need 1 ssl cert. after auth you bounce back to originating domain with a key that sets the session info for http:// (isn’t that how it works now anyways?)