Apple: 100 good reasons for revMobile
francois.chaplais at mines-paristech.fr
Tue May 11 13:44:48 CDT 2010
Le 11 mai 2010 à 19:11, Kevin Miller a écrit :
> On 11/05/2010 17:57, "Bob Sneidar" <bobs at twft.com> wrote:
>> I submitted my 2 cents. Just a note here, it will not serve us well to use
>> this as an opportunity to flame Apple or Steve Jobs. Please keep your posts
>> civilized and hopeful.
> I certainly wouldn't want to see people flame Apple or Steve Jobs. If you
> have some constructive feedback for him I'm sure there would be no harm
> sending it. Lets keep it professional.
> Kind regards,
> Kevin Miller ~ kevin at runrev.com ~ http://www.runrev.com/
> RunRev - Software construction for everyone
I have read many things bad about Apple on this list. I, personally, do not resent Apple for the decision they made. I very much understand Apple's point of view and the fact that they value very much their independence. This is the same attachment to independence, I feel, that have lead some people to react so strongly to Apple's decision. Well, conflicts of interest are not new.
Please stop these post "Beware Apple; I am going to develop for android". As far as I am concerned, I have heard the message. I guess everybody who has read the list last week got the message. And my mother has strictly forbidden me to express my opinion on android and related Google ventures.
Retrospectively, I'd rather have kept the 700€ I spent on revMobile to buy what is soon to be my iPad. But, at the time, revMobile for the iPhone had me convinced, and I do not regret supporting runrev on this opportunity. Well, you can't win them all.
I am happy to learn that runrev will pay some attention to field formatting and perhaps an a number of request that are pending at qacenter.
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