- Envato’s Most Wanted – $2,000 Reward for the First 20 WordPress Calendars
- Apple Releases Flashback Patches for Leopard Users
- Goodbye Envato Wiki, Hello Knowledgebase!
- New & Improved Marketplace Categories
- Envato’s Most Wanted Winners – Illlustrator Actions
- Your Say: How many icons are on your desktop?
Posted: 17 May 2012 03:25 PM PDT
We’re putting a $2,000 bounty on the heads of Envato’s most wanted file type – WordPress Calendars on CodeCanyon. The first 20 files uploaded (and subsequently approved) to the WordPress Calendars category each get $100 (with a maximum of 3 files or $100 per author).
In short, it’s a race to see who can quickly submit quality content based on the following criteria:
Where Files Should be Submitted:
It's as simple as that! The first 20 files to be uploaded (and subsequently approved) based on the above requirements win! Please note that we have some more specific rules to outline and clarify:
Posted: 17 May 2012 03:00 AM PDT
Last month, Apple released Flashback fixes and removal tools for Lion and Snow Leopard accordingly. For those still using Apple’s Leopard, the patch was not available at that time. However, if you happen to be a Leopard user, you’re in luck.
Although the systems affected have not dropped significantly since last month’s updates, these fixes should help decrease the number of computers affected by the Flashback trojan a bit more. As always, it is encouraged to keep your computer up to the with the latest software.
Posted: 16 May 2012 06:53 PM PDT
Out with the old and in with the new! As we say goodbye to the Envato Wiki, we say “hello” to the awesome new Knowledgebase.
The hardworking Jess Hooper has been busy filling the Knowledgebase with important information from the old wiki and anything new she thought you might need. We asked her about the system and why it is better than the old one.
Lovingly created, our new Knowledgebase will help you find answers to all your important questions. In the past, each marketplace wiki was different, now you can find all the information you need in one place. How helpful is that!
As you have a look around and familiarize yourself with the Knowledgebase, Jess has some handy tips for finding what you need, fast.
After all that hard work, Jess is excited to see the Knowledgebase as a finished product, but she says
it’s got a while to go yet. There’s still a lot of content I’d like to add.
This is where you come in! Check out the Knowledgebase and tell us what you think of it. If you can’t find what you are looking for, fill in a support ticket and we’ll make sure it’s added.
Posted: 16 May 2012 06:33 PM PDT
It’s been a busy, busy month on the Marketplaces with our Growth Team hard at work adding a whole heap of new categories and organizing some of our current ones. Let’s take a stroll through the Marketplaces to introduce you to these new and expanded categories.
GraphicRiver saw our most additions by far, with seven new or improved categories being added to the site. Here they are in all their glory:
Not to be outdone, CodeCanyon adds some organization within its WordPress Plugins category:
3DOcean also receives some love with the addition of a few new sub-categories:
So now get out there and start designing for the new and improved categories
Posted: 16 May 2012 06:31 PM PDT
Many congratulations to the following authors who took part in our Envato's Most Wanted event where we invited authors to submit Illustrator Actions to GraphicRiver.
Please Note: A few more winners may be added to the list above who have yet to sign the prize agreement form.
All winners will be receiving cash (PayPal/Skrill) payments within the next couple of weeks and have also been awarded a Envato's Most Wanted Bounty badge!
Meanwhile, you can see all the entries to the contest within our Illustrator Actions category.
Congratulations once again and keep an eye out for future Envato's Most Wanted events across all our marketplaces!
Posted: 16 May 2012 06:13 PM PDT
How many icons are on your desktop? Last time we asked the question we discovered that many of you are quite minimalistic with your icons, some with none at all, and others with the bare essentials. But not everyone. A huge percentage of commenters had dozens or even hundreds of icons. How do they all fit?
This time I’d like to get a better of the proportion of tidy versus messy desktops we have out there. Just choose the answer that best sums up your desktop as it appears today.
Do you have any hints or tips about how you keep your desktop tidy, or how you you make the most of that particular piece of digital real estate? Do any of you automate the process? Let us know how in the comments. We’re dying to know!
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