> Automated builds when Storefront is updated can't be that hard...
It's not, but that would make the product feel rather un-wordpressy. Essentially the same issue with have with our old WooFramework.
Ultimately, if you're modifying a child theme beyond what is possible with our Theme Customisations plugin then you're making quite significant changes. At that point it really becomes a separate entity that is probably better off being managed independently anyway.
The child themes are offered to use as-is with an easy way to make simple modifications (theme customisations plugin, custom css plugin, etc). If you're doing something more than that then a custom solution (based on a child theme or not) will probably suit you better.
Could you elaborate on this idea a bit? Not really sure what a 'service cart' is.
It is, but we can still make the WooCommerce default emails styles adopt the Storefront settings (IE make the emails primary color match the Storefront accent color).
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A rudimentary version of this is available for free here: https://wordpress.org/plugins/storefront-footer-bar/
A simple implementation of this is available here: https://wordpress.org/plugins/storefront-footer-bar/
This sounds more like a reviews engine than a testimonials plugin. Similar, but with a distinct difference imho. I think of testimonials as being specific to a particular client/project. Reviews are more generic and can be for anything, a product, a service, an event etc. Based on that I think it's unlikely we'll add this to our testimonials plugin.