I have always been, those who thought there was no problem publishing an (original) design in internet, because I thought that my designs were little "copyable". I was so naive, I thought that when someone designs, although inspired by a miserable student (as I was then), try to make every effort to make the best of their creativity, from a concept or idea that is not itself, get yours and make it completely original.
The problem is when you grow up, you get older, you strive to make the best of your creativity, to be original and do unique things and never viewed. Anyway... give it your best... and it is, then see your ideas, crushed and destroyed by other "professionals" like you, by people like charging more money than you, and works much less... That's when you remember the bastard Picasso when he said: "The great artists copy, geniuses steal."
I do not consider copied or stolen, mind you.
But the truth is that it has taken me worse than I imagined back then, in 2007, when I said: I didn't care to publish my designs, because any variation or modification in design that it is no longer yours... And so... But it hurts dammit! lol!
But "the concept is the concept" and not want to keep reaching forward ...
You be the judge!