It's a long story, but a friend of mine inherited an iPhone app.
The app has lots of potential but it is only about 60% completed.
The friend knows nothing about programming so she is trying to figure out what to do with it.
Someone suggested that she open source it and put it on GitHub.
I don't know much about open source or GitHub.
I do know that getting an iPhone app in to the App Store is not a slam dunk process.
It seems to me that open sourcing a native iPhone app would be tricky because of the App Store. Unless of course it was just for devices that have been jailbreak'd.
Is this something she should consider? Would it possibly allow her to get the app finished but still retain control over it and be the sole publisher to the App Store?
After hours on line I found a solution which pointed to the inherited Active Directory permissions . You have to give/allow permissions to the "Exchange trusted subsystem" for the user in the Active Directory...
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