[GSOC] iOS remote control weekly update 5 (workable milestone)

Jonathan Aquilina eagles051387 at gmail.com
Sun Jul 14 01:54:46 PDT 2013

For app testing there is a website that allows testing of ios apps called
test flight.


On Sun, Jul 14, 2013 at 10:50 AM, Tor Lillqvist <tml at iki.fi> wrote:

> The progress is really impressive!
> > Also, should I publish this version on the app store so that people
> don't have to compile it? Or export it to an ipa file?
> I don't think it is a good idea to publish it before it is ready for real
> use; one is not supposed to publish "beta test" versions in the App Store.
> I would assume any hint at it being a test version in its description or
> in the app itself will automatically mean it won't get approved into the
> store.
> And on the other hand, if you publish it, knowing it has still problems,
> but without being able to tell so to customers, that will just generate bad
> press for it, "LibreOffice published their Impress Remote for iOS but it
> doesn't work".
> Better to use the ad-hoc distribution mechanism, I think, where if I
> understand correctly you specifically add provisioning to the app to run on
> up to 100 named tester devices, and then distribute the app to these
> testers.
> --tml
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Jonathan Aquilina
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