Scott Loganbill writes:
"Let's face it, a number of iPhone developers are pissed at how Apple has been treating them - the prohibitive $100 fee to register as an Apple developer, the proprietary development tools, the overreaching nondisclosure agreements (NDA), the possibility of your app being banned. Worse, developers are cowering in fear and playing along lest Apple get temperamental and exclude them from collecting their slice of the very profitable Apple pie.
We believe the strength of the development community is a very powerful thing. Apple, or any other big player, shouldn't take that for granted. Community is the bread and butter of the internet and computer science, and it's what Webmonkey is all about."