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I know an iphone dev, and he has told me the review process does take time, but i think in time this app store will be just as good as the app store found on the iphone. I am more then willing to head up a team to get this ball moving in regards to getting permission from oracle to relicense their code as well as getting it into the app store itself. i think though for that someone will need a developers license, which i am more then willing to get.

On 01/14/2011 08:34 AM, Alexander Thurgood wrote:
Le 13/01/11 23:44, Larry Gusaas a écrit :

Hi Larry,

Make it available in the App Store. OOo was always listed in the Open
Source software download page at Apple support. That service has now
been replaced by the App Store.

I checked out the App Store the day before yesterday and was rather
disappointed by the paucity of "freeware" actually available. I had
rather hoped that I would indeed find a similar array of content to that
which used to be (still is ?) available under the Freeware / Open Source
filter of the Apple Software Download page. Perhaps I missed something,
or perhaps the store is just too recent (despite it being announced for
a while already) for that software to have been included, or then again,
perhaps it is the necessity of Apple's Review process that is putting
people off. I assume that Apple reviews all of the software that an
author might want to put on the store and has the final say in whether
the app actually appears there or not ?


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