07-12-2011 04:14 AM
we want a clear info with specific time
to involve it in our project plan
We have customers and there are deadlines.
so please take your reponsablities and tell us what is happening.
07-12-2011 04:39 AM - edited 07-12-2011 04:44 AM
Disspoint to BlackBerry,are you really want to be acquired? Maybe Oracle is a good buyer,so:
MAC has ios
Google has Android
MS has Mango
Oracle has BB?
07-12-2011 04:46 AM
I'm sure Mark and his team are diong everything they can to address the issue. Given the lack of any information coming from RIM I'm guessing it could be a DDOS or something - something they have no ability to address directly and therefore cannot say when service will be resumed.
I just hope the lessons are learned by the seniors at RIM after this episode - fix this or you will lose more developers = more apps = even more market share.
07-12-2011 05:13 AM
I'm really sick of this issue..
We're going to live this issue again and again, if RIM guys don't come up with an alternative practical solution.
I am now certain that RIM don't give a **bleep** about its developer community.
Very disappointing. Again.
07-12-2011 06:04 AM
I am sure they are on their toes to fix this. However I am surprised, though they have faced this before they are still not up with a feasible solution to prevent this. Anyway does any one have any clue on estimated time the servers will be up and running.