I read it, and I was horrified. So, I logged into IRC and found two
members of the OneForty development team. I asked them to remove my
application from the directory.
OneForty is not a developer-friendly platform.
On Oct 8, 7:44 pm, "brad...@squeejee.com" <brad...@praexis.com> wrote:
> wow, somehow managed to totally miss that thread... thanks!
> On Oct 8, 6:07 pm, Dewald Pretorius <dpr...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > There's another thread herehttp://bit.ly/Owfvdwherethe developer
> > contract also raised some eyebrows.
> > Dewald
> > On Oct 8, 7:25 pm, "brad...@squeejee.com" <brad...@praexis.com> wrote:
> > > There has been a lot of buzz around OneForty.com and what it will mean
> > > for all of us Twitter app developers. However, some of the things in
> > > their developer contract (that you have to agree to in order to claim
> > > your application on their side) gave us (Squeejee) pause after we
> > > decided to read the fine print.
> > > Please see read the contract for yourself (http://oneforty.com/terms/
> > > publisher_contract), see our blog post with our concerns (http://
> > > squeejee.com/blog/2009/10/08/questions-for-oneforty) and leave your
> > > comments!
> > > Laura Fitton, the founder of oneforty.com, has been very receptive and
> > > wants to engage in open dialogue about the contract. Please add to the
> > > discussion!