This reminds me when I read about Hins releasing an sdk for the sense note takers. To get it though, you first have to send them a message that you want it. Then they'll ask you some questions to check that you have the required C knowledge to program for the device, and if they deem you do, they'll finally send you the sdk and the documentations. Call me crazy, but isn't that a little overkill. Just because they built an overlay on Windows Mobile for their interface and programs doesn't mean you should go through that kind of testing.

On 2011-11-02 04:21, Thomas Ward wrote:
Hi Dark,

Well, I just talked to Dolphin support today and while they don't have
any issue with me using the API it apparently is under a NDA type
license. Therefore they are going to send me some forms to fill out
including a non-disclosure agreement before I get to see the
documentation, headers, and libraries. So, yeah, they are treating
this API like top secret information. Personally, I'm not so sure what
Dolphin is worried about.

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