Podcaster dev can't provision any more licenses

Robert Palmer
R. Palmer|09.23.08

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Robert Palmer
September 23, 2008 6:00 PM
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Podcaster dev can't provision any more licenses

Developer Alex Sokirynsky wrote a blog post this morning saying Apple rescinded his authority to provision new ad-hoc licenses for his software, Podcaster.

The blog post has since been removed, possibly because it violated his developer NDA.

Sokirynsky believes that the licenses already provisioned will continue to work, and expressed disappointment -- but not surprise -- that Apple shut him down.

He also said he would continue updating Podcaster, even though it's unclear if he has a means to distribute it. Podcaster users can contact Sokirynsky if they have questions about their device's ad-hoc status.

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Sokirynsky did not say how many devices he provisioned, though we do know it's at least 1,300.

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