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  1. Edward Caissie

    There are at least three Child-Themes in the Extend repository:

    Mazeld: http://wordpress.org/extend/themes/mazeld (Matt Mullenweg)
    Multi: http://wordpress.org/extend/themes/multi (Cais)
    Shelter: http://wordpress.org/extend/themes/shelter (Cais)

    I’m not making any claim to them being great examples (not even the two that are mine), although they are examples of existing Child-Themes in the repository.

    I agree with there being a need for additional tags in the theme search page as well, especially one specifically used for Child-Themes.

    It would also be great for you to share your thoughts on the WordPress Theme Review Team mailing list and/or at http://make.wordpress.org/themes regarding Child-Themes, too. The more community input the more we can help.

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