After the last round of polishing, I decided to publish my theme under AGPLv3. Reason: If you use AGPL code and people access it over a network, you have to offer them the code. Which I hereby do ;)
That’s the only way to make sure that website code stays free.
It’s still for Drupal 5, because I didn’t get around to port it, and it has some ugly hacks, but it should be fully functional.
Just untar it in any Drupal 5 install.
tar xjf weltenwald-theme-2010-08-05_r1.tar.bz2
Maybe I’ll get around to properly package it in the future…
Until then, feel free to do so yourself :)
And should I change the theme without posting a new layout here, just drop me a line and I’ll upload a new version — as required by AGPL. And should you have some problem, or if something should be missing, please drop me a line, too.
No screenshot, because a live version kicks a screenshot any day ;)
(in case it isn’t clear: Weltenwald is the theme I use on this site)
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