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iPhone Dev Community Considers Open-Sourcing AnySIM Unlocking Solution
All the core members of the iPhone Dev Team are OK with open-sourcing AnySIM

The  iPhone Dev community, which operates a website dedicated to "finding additional uses for the iPhone by (legitimately) enabling its potential capabilities," is considering releasing the source code to the AnySIM iPhone unlocking solution. The project is a community effort, and as such has no official "leader" but all the core members of the iPhone Dev team are reportedly "okay" with the idea of open-sourcing AnySIM.

A poll has been posted to the iPhone Dev forum:  in which hackers can vote for or against opensourcing AnySIM in the future.

The iPhone Dev Wiki is "for informational purposes only," according to a disclaimer, and the site is careful too to carry the legend

 "The iPhone Dev Wiki is not responsible if you void your warranty or damage your device."
One anonymous commenter already took the trouble to complain via Slashdot:
"Oh, wonderful - so now the same group of retards whose original sloppy work resulted in tons of iPhones initially getting bricked, have come with another masterplan to further endanger the safety of iPhones -- by essentially open sourcing code that deals directly with the innards of the iPhone, and stands the potentially to seriously screw up people's systems. Brilliant!

Personally, I see this as a desperate attempt to counter the efforts of the 'iPhone Elite Team', who, for my money, are a far more reliable group of coders, and actually take their pursuits seriously (for the record, while the 'iPhone Dev Team' has promised lots of stuff, including unbricking of phones they previously bricked), the 'iPhone Elite Team' has actually delivered. For all I'm concerned, the 'iPhone Dev Team' is merely coasting along on the fame and recognition they originally garnered, and really hasn't done much - this open sourcing idea is motivated more by their search for relevance, than actually providing a worthwhile product."
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