Those people who’re following the iOS 7 jailbreak world would be aware of a most recent venture called “Is iOS 7 Jailbroken Yet?”. This venture has been started off like a platform where all the people can donate to the site (https://isios7jailbrokenyet.com/) for the hackers who got the iOS 7 jailbreak. So guys we have some news in this regards that avoid to donate new iOS 7 jailbreak site Saurik says check out the complete answer down below.
Actually the “Is iOS 7 Jailbroken Yet?” project was begun as a motivation to programmers or hackers who’re currently working on iOS 7 jailbreak. In the beginning it was believed to be an excellent platform but the Cydia founder Jay Freeman a.k.a Saurik was something to convey about it. Check the detail here.
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Avoid To Donate New iOS 7 Jailbreak Site Saurik Says
The primary problem I have with this website is that it attempts to change the dynamics from one of “people who do things that are fun to make devices more open” to one of “people who do things to win cash prizes”. Meanwhile, it changes the dynamics in the minds of the people contributing: normally, people contribute after the fact to the teams that built something that they found of value; under the model of this website, people contribute ahead of time, and then hope that the thing that is released works for their specific device (or even “runs on their computer”, etc.), and if it doesn’t they are kind of out of luck.
I’ve seen the effects of bounties in the Android ecosystem, and they are quite negative. I tried to explain this to the person behind this project (Elizabeth Stark), but she really didn’t seem to care: in essence, she’s currently working on a project that is a crowd funding platform for software, and she wants to use the iOS community as a test case; she didn’t want to spend any time thinking about the ramifications of her decisions going into the project, and she didn’t send me a response about the issues I saw with her project (which I sent her weeks ago) until this morning (coincident with the release of her website).
Additionally, I will point out that 5% goes to Elizabeth Stark (Threshold, which is powering the platform, is her new company). For the last few jailbreaks, I’ve been handling a lot of the donations (people might notice that the PayPal target for donation links is often me), and I will guarantee everyone: I’ve been taking the money, splitting it as directed by the jailbreak teams I work with, and taking 0% for myself. This really is just someone who is trying to bootstrap a new company. Please simply donate to whomever you feel did right by you, and do so after they provide you something of value: do not use this website.
As stated by the great Saurik, I believe most of the people should avoid this site. And what exactly are your feelings about this?