Apple Insider [via digg]: "'The idea with open source software is to allow early adopters access to the buggier pieces of code so they can help fix them or let people who want to wait for a solid release the ability to do that,' says developer Casey Borders. 'The key is choice, and Google has taken away that choice and is developing Android like every other piece of closed software.'" - The open source community threw plenty of stones at Apple for their iPhone "restrictions", now it looks like one of their own darlings is causing developers grief. The Karma bug bites back. So let Apple do what they want, and Google can do what they want. Everybody's happy.
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