NDA gone for Reals

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Upon logging into http://developer.apple.com/iphone you will be prompted to sign the new iPhone NDA.

They have also added a forum for NDA signers only to discuss programing on the iPhone
https://devforums.apple.com/community/iphone

Kyle Richter
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Yay!

Now I party in Vegas.

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Awesome! So now what does it mean? We can talk to other people who signed the NDA? But only those people?
Alex
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The agreement now only covers prerelease SDK software and documentation, etc. You can speak freely to anyone about any non-pre-release SDK items.
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Ok, makes sense. I was just confused as to why the forum was for developers who signed the NDA. I guess that's to limit the possibility of a discussion of pre-release items with someone else.
Alex
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Yeah, and it'd be a little pointless for people who don't have the SDK to be part of the discussion. It's a noise killer too, I guess. Now if only it would actually let ME in, I'd be happy. (I am in the program and it says I'm not.)
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You can get the SDK without being a paid program member...
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You have to sign the NDA to get the SDK.

The forums seem to actually be limited to people in the *program*, not people who simply have signed the NDA.
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Precisely.
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