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Re: [Enigma-devel] Enigma on iPhone

From: Till Harbaum / Lists
Subject: Re: [Enigma-devel] Enigma on iPhone
Date: Wed, 25 Mar 2009 21:00:34 +0100
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i really think you completely miss the point. You are asking others to do 
something for you.
For whatever reasons they don't want to do what you are asking for. That's it. 

Why don't you port enigma to the iphone yourself? Or hire someone to do it? You 
can even
sell the result via apples shop, the GPL allows you to do that. But you'll have 
to release the
source code, so chances are that someone will start to distribute your enigma 
port for less
money or even for free.

Anyway, you have all the freedom to do this and the enigma guys have all the 
not to like apple and to refuse to work for you.


Am Dienstag 24 März 2009 schrieb Sparr:
> On Mon, Mar 23, 2009 at 8:25 PM, Ronald Lamprecht
> <address@hidden> wrote:
> > I don't think that we give up our rights to distribute the code. We still
> > can, will and must offer our sources.
> At one point distributing source code to an iPhone app (even your own)
> was punishable by revocation of your iPhone developer license.  I
> understand that is no longer the case, but this helps illustrate the
> level of control they want and can [try to] claim.
> There are many things that Apple does not allow iPhone apps to do,
> often for business reasons (no turn by turn navigation apps were
> allowed until an Apple partner released theirs).  This level of
> control is unacceptable, and I refuse to develop for a platform that
> embraces it.
> PS: Is reply to all expected on this list?  I see it being used, but
> it is very odd to me to not just reply to the list.
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