We will grant permission to use the WordPress name and logo for projects that meet the following criteria:
The foundation will grant that permission. When it comes to trademarks you do not get to say “Oh I think it’s alright so I’ll just assume that I have permission.”
Also? Stop posting links to that theme site. Those links and posts will be deleted when found. They distribute (old insecure) commercial themes and are basically taking away income from the developers who are selling GPL’ed software.
*Note: I’m not part of or work for the WordPress Foundation. But I can read and do understand what I read. 😉
“They distribute (old insecure) commercial themes and are basically taking away income from the developers who are selling GPL’ed software.”
I’m sorry but I had gone off topic and was discussing another site that distributes commercial themes that are not paid for and are old versions. I have a problem with that for many reasons.
Your site does not do that and I really was discussing that other unnamed site.
And my last question is “freewordpressthemes.cenware.com” is contravenes policy because of my website look like commercial purpose, right?
Not for that reason, commercial looking sites are fine. The trademark question (I am not a lawyer) is because you are using “WordPress” in your domain name. “freewpthemes.cenware.com” would be fine. Or even a URL like freethemes.cenware.com/wordpress/” as URL paths are fine.
Note: I’m not a lawyer but you get the idea, please don’t use the word “WordPress” in your domain name.