I just wanted to make a short announcement regarding the winner of the iPad 3 from our contest last month. And the winner was... Barrett Landberg.
We collected all entries from the contest -- those who purchased a theme and then posted to Twitter that they purchased a theme from ThemeSnap.com. We used RandomPicker to generate the winner and we've already notifed Barrett that he won. His new iPad 3 should be arriving at his door step any day now.
We will likely run another contest like this in the next month or two. A lot of people commented that they like seeing contests like the free iPad 3 one being added. So, we'll do our part and keep them coming.
Thanks to everyone for entering! That's all for now. :)
In an ongoing effort to be as open and transparent as possible, we'd like to share some information for ThemeSnap.com products, theme licensing usage, and also provide the opportunity to answer any questions customers or other third-party providers might have moving forward regarding licensing terms.
We received an email today just after noticing a few, not so happy, negative, Twitter posts concerning ThemeSnap.com about the usage of a Drupal theme we sell. The email basically advised us to remove the theme from our website because selling it did not include the author's permission. The theme in question is one that we purchased directly from ThemeForest.net. We purchased it under their "Extended license" terms and we've always been certain that we've had the correct license in order to provide the theme directly for sale.