Yup. I easily could have responded to other threads. But- that's not working.
So... the following question is going to be iterated so it can fade into the distant past: Why is the entire user-community a foundation to the beta-test? (Those F-up questions can now subside. The mistake exists... let's fix it.)
Okay... now that the past mistakes can be pushed aside via Rhetorical Questions... let's move on, shall we?
1- Where is the SDK? Why can't I personally develop the code? This is a user-based community. (with wikis- yay!!) yet all the code is locked up!!! (Somebody is marketing a 2.0 application founded on an open-sourced platform while holding the keys for themselves. Hmmmmmm...)
2- Okay... there is no number 2.
3- If you're going to go from a monogamous platform like vBulletin, to a homogamous platform... then you need to run a beta with open code. Microsoft gets it, Apple gets it... everybody fricking gets it!!! Except Huddle and Epic.
A) making me a non-volunteer beta-tester.
B) running an open-sourced platform in your living room with no SDK for public opinion.
C) ... okay, there is no C.