I never said you did say anything about Jobs, but that is where the original debat arose that Android was not open source, quit trying to prove superiority by standing on some pedestal, I was not being immature, and I have never used phrases such as 'iSheep". I also wouldn't as if you're happy with your phone I'm happy for you, it's what I believe in, and always have, go back through my post history right now, I dare you...
And the reason Android scores low usually is because they don't take other people changes to the code to be run as the main product. So yes, it's not open in the way of taking consumers changes for the official release
But the fact remains you don't need a license to run Android on your device, which is what the topic was when starting it, so please don't jade that by being overly defensive.
My only statement was someone said that no one has gotten an Android device to run iOS like they've gotten iPhones to run Android. All I did was correct that by saying no one is allowed to run iOS on their phone, it's not that they can't. So please don't act like I attacked anything about Apple or its users, because I did not...
So in return,
If you're not willing to have a serious conversation, leave and don't come back.
because I never attacked you, you did that all on your own and then reciprocated it back at me.
And if it did come across that I was trying to say you listen to anythinig Jobs said I appologize, I was not directing that at you. Job's statement was what I believed was one of the first times the whole Open Source debate came into question. I meant it as a more wide spread statement over the whole debate itself as it's not the first time I've heard that said (and henceforth defended because of said statement). Again, was not meant as an "iSheep" attack.
Edit Edit: OT, if there is such a thing anymore. I tried out the launcher last night. It's pretty fluid usage wise. I will say I couldn't figure out how to make a folder though, which really really kills an iOS interface for me. I have to be able to structure my icons in more of a way then all of them just lined up on the screen, might be the engineer in me. I think MIUI is a lot better working wise in that regard. But to this launchers advantage, you still get to keep the Sense UI's other features such as it's camera, gallary, sms, etc. which are all better imo
. So this will I'm sure make some people smile while using it!Edited by Pao - 10/20/11 at 8:22am