Macports fails to build in macOS 10.12 Sierra

Al Varnell alvarnell at
Mon Jun 20 00:16:57 PDT 2016

Although that is in fact what happened, it was more because thousands of public beta users chose to ignore the NDA, probably because they didn't really read or understand it. Apple hosts on the Apple Support Community Forum were quick to delete all postings in violation, but that was really the only thing they control. Far too many e-mail lists and blogs to monitor and not enough lawyers to shut them down, even if they wanted to. Apple seems willing to accept a few violations in exchange for a broader testbed.

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On Sun, Jun 19, 2016 at 08:52 PM, Jeremy Huddleston Sequoia wrote:
> Also note that in the past, such restrictions loosened once the first public beta was made available, so it's possible that such open discussion will be ok once that happens.
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