(Sudden breakout of Haendel’s Alleluia Chorus)
Alleluia! Alleluia! Alleluia, Alleluia, Alleluuuuia!
(Now, it doesn’t solve everything debatable about the iOS App Store, we’re mostly back to before the changes made in april: it’s a bit better than that as now sealed interpreted scripts are explicitly allowed, while back then they were in a limbo; also, sealed frameworks are no longer forbidden, which may be useful in rare cases. Many issues still remain, but, while I disagree with some things, I can live with them and it’s possible to have a healthy debate about them; the terms introduced in april, however, were completely foolish. The App Store Review Guidelines document is a welcome change, as well.)