If you've listened to The Audacity to Podcast™, you know that I've talked about making a WordPress theme specifically for podcasters. Combined with my background in web design with my own podcasting, I can see many things that podcasters would want a theme to do and have been—rather slowly—attempting to incorporate these ideas into the theme running Noodle.mx Network.
However, have I set my sights too high to be reasonable? Being recently married, working full-time, and podcasting, I'm finding very little time to develop the podcaster's theme with what little programming knowledge I have. My primary skills are design, not programming.
Enter Thesis, whose banners even say, “How smart is your WordPress Theme? How good is your support?” I would certainly have little to no time to support my paying customers for the podcaster's theme, and it's very possible that much of what I want to do already exists in Thesis.
So I can either continue to design my own theme, and probably not achieve my goals, or switch to designing Thesis-based and Standard Theme-based sites for podcasters.
What are your thoughts? Please comment or email me at feedback@TheAudacitytoPodcast.com.