I went through all the sample code projects on this blog and moved them to Mercurial repositories on my BitBucket account. I did this so the code would be searchable and so I can accept pull requests on them. A lot of the old projects won’t compile with recent versions of Xcode, and most don’t have iOS ports. This gives me the option of accepting patches that add those kinds of improvements.
Archive for the 'iPhone' Category
I’ve been meaning to write about some of the major problems that I have with the App Store, both the Mac and iOS varieties. But honestly, I don’t have a whole lot to add to what Wil Shipley and Craig Hockenberry have already said. Instead, I’ll link to the bugs I’ve written up, and encourage you to do the same.
I know there’s been a lot of pessimism about writing up Radars lately, including from yours truly. But the truth is filing bugs is the only official way Apple will listen, so the pragmatic side of me wins out. It’s not that I necessarily think filing bugs will cause a change, but it’s the only possible way of affecting changing that’s been given to me.