Chris Foresman writes: "What Apple needs is some open dialog, even if that is just among developers and its Worldwide Developer Relations folks, to explain these issues and actively work with developers. "We need Guy Kawasaki back," said one Chicago-based developer. But Apple's continued silence only makes matters worse, leaving developers expecting the worst. "In my opinion, Apple doesn't care about what the developers think. Apple has not made a single public statement about the iPhone SDK's gag order, not one," said Toporek. And Apple did not respond to our repeated requests for comment on this article."