Ryan Petrich Announces TweakWeek 2 is Coming 'After the iOS 7 Jailbreak'

Ryan Petrich Announces TweakWeek 2 is Coming 'After the iOS 7 Jailbreak'

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Ryan Petrich has just confirmed TweakWeek 2, a project in which a series of popular iOS developers will release a new Cydia tweak each day for a week.

During the first TweakWeek popular developers like Ryan Petrich, Dan Zimmerman, Elias Limneos, Grant Paul (chpwn), Filippo Bigarella, Tyler Nettleton, Andrea Oliva, Max Shav and moeseth released over 65 free, open source tweaks.

Petrich is looking for other developers to participate in the project -- which will start "sometime after the iOS 7 jailbreak."

The rules state that developers must release one new tweak everyday for seven days -- and all the work must be done on release day (in one day). All releases must be open source as well.

Additionally, Petrich claims that TweakWeek 2.0 already has over 20 developers, and could last more than 5 months.

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Ryan Petrich Announces TweakWeek 2 is Coming 'After the iOS 7 Jailbreak'
jj - August 25, 2013 at 2:11pm
How about a 6.3 Jailbreak for an iPad Mini?....
The Voice Of Reason - August 25, 2013 at 11:38am
The point of TweakWeek seems to be for the developers to show off their talent rather than provide users with stable, reliable tweaks. The fact that all the work on each tweak must be done on release day means that there could be a lot of tweaks released which are unstable. This is one of the downsides of jailbreaks unfortunately, but obviously we will still see a lot of innovation... some of which will undoubtably be incorporated in future releases of iOS.
Jeffless - August 26, 2013 at 1:01am
There are no stable, reliable tweaks because there has never been a stable jailbreak.
myaapple - August 25, 2013 at 3:17am
How about jailbreak first!
Captjgvex - August 26, 2013 at 8:32am
Didn't you read the header? It states "After the iOS 7 Jailbreak." There is your answer.
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