I agree with Charlie. Protecting small pieces of code / widgets, when you give the source code anyways, would make the customisation harder.
If you manage to sell your final .EXE file, than you can do protection. But that’s another story.
I was just saying that we should find a way to clean the “crumpled papers” that people leave behind on the floor in Envato Markets. Some do piracy, some buy an AudioJungle item or get some track from somewhere and re-sell it (i’m not sure if it happened here, but I think I heard something similar on the forums)…anywayz, on such huge markets like Envato has, someone has to keep it “clean”. Reviewers do the most of the hard job, some authors report stuff and Envato makes the adjusments, but it has to be (at some point in the future) a team of people that would work to just “keep things cleaner on Envato”.
My oppinion anyways. So far Envato is doing a great job, and I’m sure that as it grows, lots of problems arise, but
Envato is definitely the leader in this sector, and doing a great thing.
Keep it up peeps
(i’m happy cause a deep house track I released 2 months ago is now on #8 place on top 10 Beatport on a label that just released it on a compilation…off topic :)))