<p dir="auto">I heard it was <a href="http://www.cultofmac.com/236488/apples-dev-center-has-been-down-for-more-than-a-day-and-nobody-knows-why/" title="endless pain…">still down</a>. However, I am tired of Apple's continuously broken <a href="footnote://" title="e.g. something as trivial as getting Jekyll to run requires *way* to much work on OSX, again caused by their migration away from anything GNU..">walled garden</a>; so I am not going to bother to rejoin when it comes back. I have recently been able to boot my Air from USB directly to <a href="footnote://" title="I know, all the cool kids did this like 5 years ago…">Ubuntu</a> - so OSX is on a borrowed time.</p>
<p dir="auto">On 9 Aug 2013, at 2:09, johanna curiel curiel wrote:</p>
<p dir="auto">Hi Leaders</p>
<p dir="auto">Anyone has an idea when the apple developer site will be up&running?<br>
This is quite frustrating...</p>
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<p dir="auto"><a href="http://about.me/dennis.groves">Dennis Groves</a>, MSc<br>
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