Macports fails to build in macOS 10.12 Sierra
emer at emer.net
Sun Jun 19 17:15:14 PDT 2016
Jeremy, I'm still interested in a answer as to what is covered by this:
Further, Apple agrees that You will not be bound by the foregoing
confidentiality terms with regard to technical information about
pre-release Apple Software and services disclosed by Apple at WWDC (Apple’s
Worldwide Developers Conference), except that You may not post screenshots,
write public reviews or redistribute any pre-release Apple Software or
Genuinely, not sarcastically or politically. I have no interest in losing
my developer program membership. What about Sierra and iOS 10 can we talk
about based on this clause? I had thought it was stuff like this, but I
appear to have been mistaken.
Mark E. Anderson <emer at emer.net>
On Sun, Jun 19, 2016 at 5:16 PM, Jeremy Sequoia <jeremyhu at apple.com> wrote:
> Sent from my iPhone...
> > On Jun 19, 2016, at 13:55, Bachsau <web at bachsau.name> wrote:
> >> Am 19.06.2016 um 05:24 schrieb Jeremy Huddleston Sequoia <
> jeremyhu at apple.com>:
> >> As a reminder, macOS 10.12 Sierra has only been released as a developer
> preview to developers and is covered by an NDA.
> > Ever heard of something called "free speech"? The snowden leaks were
> also covered by an NDA an we know what it led to.
> I suggest you consult with a lawyer to learn a bit about those terms, and
> they can explain to you that NDAs are not a violation of one's first
> amendment rights.
> Because of his well informed choice, Snowden basically lost his freedom of
> movement and is confined to "living on the Internet" (in Russia). While
> the same won't happen here and your analogy is quite laughable, it is
> important for developers to remember the agreements that they have signed
> and honor their word if they expect others to trust them in the future.
> Most violations (like this) are simply accidental and developers for the
> most part want to honor the agreement and appreciate such clarifications
> and reminders. Egregious and intentional violations of the NDA have in the
> past resulted in termination of the developer relationship with Apple which
> can be quite damaging to a developer's livelihood. I'm just trying to help
> protect the developers that want to honor their word.
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