Though I don"t particularly disagree on any specific point, my comments are more intended to express the reason developers may at times may sound hostile. My argument is not that yours is not a valid one, simply this may not be the best venue to voice it as the bulk of posters in this area are going to be developers collaborating on their findings.
Originally Posted by Guacho
It can get difficult to be productive when there is a slue of people who have no business meddling in things they are not qualified to meddle in and expecting those that have acquired the knowledge to jump on the babysitting wagon.
I have the same feeling about those wishing to jailbreak. If you want to jump in, great. There are plenty of resources in the forums to bring you up to speed, but if you have not done your homework, be prepared for the fire. As for jailbreaking, apple may not condone it, but it is not illegal. A developer infringing on an NDA on the other hand is very much so. That is why I believe the jailbreak is akin to comparing two different fruits (apples to oranges) instead of comparing apples to apples. Though there are similarities and I do get where you're coming from, I doubt the argument will hold water with most of the frequent fliers of the OS5 beta forum.
This is where I leave the thread. This is Rusty Shackelford.....signing off.