News on revMobile

Andre Garzia andre at andregarzia.com
Mon May 10 14:11:23 EDT 2010


I have 5 macbooks, 1 iMac, 1 iPhone and 1 iPad (and 2 newtons)

Now... I am so pissed at Apple that I won't buy anything from Apple ever
again.

As soon as Rev works well on Linux, I will switch back to Linux making a
comeback to the land of the free just like I did a switch from linux to macs
in 2000.

I am just thankful that I did not buy an iPhone 3GS to replace my iPhone 3G
like I was thinking about doing couple weeks ago.

Now, if they are approving games that use LUA, how the hell can they prevent
script interpretation?

Silly company. Makes no sense.

On Mon, May 10, 2010 at 3:06 PM, Richard Gaskin
<ambassador at fourthworld.com>wrote:

> Colin Holgate wrote:
>
> > The one thing that Kevin says that seems like a wrong conclusion,
> > is that they will continue to support the existing iPhone version
> > for Apple Enterprise customers. Those are the ones that are allowed
> > to deploy their own apps to some number of hundreds of users. But
> > the license agreement doesn't say anything about Store submissions,
> > it only says that you have to use certain languages, and you can't
> > use an interpreter layer. An Enterprise user making an app for
> > internal use would have still broken the agreement.
>
> It seems even Jobs knows his limits sometimes - from the MonoTouch mailing
> list:
>
>   I emailed Steve Jobs earlier today, and either he (or some
>   delegate) replied, and the answers were pretty clear.
>
>   Paraphrasing his reply: "The new provision is ONLY intended
>   to apply to applications distributed through the app store.
>
> <http://lists.ximian.com/pipermail/monotouch/2010-April/001878.html>
>
> But that's just an email from a developer, and I've found no formal
> confirmation from Apple either way.
>
> And course if it's true, it's only true as of 11:06AM on 10 May 2010. Who
> knows what the license will say by noon...
>
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