Last month, it was announced that p0sinxninja (Joshua Hill) was working on a new project called openjailbreak that was supposed to help iPhone jailbreak developers collaborate on jailbreak methods. The idea behind the site seems very cool, and today the site has reportedly gone live.
The site offers many features for hackers and developers such as a flexible issue tracking system and multiple project support. While I am not into the jailbreak community well enough to understand exactly what all of this means, I know that this website and project should help developers collaborate more and tackle jailbreaking projects much quicker due to the help of the rest of the jailbreak community.
I certainly hope that this website is successful because I want to see the jailbreak community grow and strengthen. Quicker jailbreaks help everyone, and helps users get new features that are blocked by Apple. Unfortunately for me, I cannot currently connect to the website. I’m not sure if it is just too busy or if the site has been pulled, but be sure to stay tuned for updates. What do you think of this site and the project? Do you think it will ultimately help the jailbreak community? Leave a comment below and let us know.
Source: iDownload Blog