We have completed the Stable 1.1.x release of our PinBoard Pinterest clone theme and are already working on PinBoard - version 2. You can visit the PinBoard description page for more information or to purchase this theme! Also keep up with the PinBoard Roadmap for updates and ongoing PinBoard improvements.
We have been discussing the creation of a Pinterest clone built in Drupal over the past week or so. For those who do not know what Pinterest.com is (you must be living under a rock!), perhaps a few articles on its growth and popularity might be a good place to start your reading:
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
I can't believe it's 10 days till Christmas!
Let me first start this post off with saying that without customers we would be nothing. I say this to myself all the time and it reminds me to always appreciate our customers -- even some of the ones that make me want to pull my hair out. :) I believe that working with different customers -- good or bad -- gives us more knowledge to positively change how we work and it makes us better equiped to handle similar or future situations. It's all about improving.
I realize that ThemeSnap.com will never have a 100% customer satisfaction rate. I can live with that idea based on the nature of our business and how it fits in with the open source community. It's a nice goal to have for sure, but hardly achievable when a company sells thousands of products.
I also understand that customers bring different skill sets to the table when they purchase and install any theme - whether it be for Drupal, WordPress, or any other CMS. But there has to be a line somewhere between the product sold and the expectations of the customer for that product, or the services given or not given for that product.
I just wanted to inform everyone that we are moving ThemeSnap.com to a new server today.