Thanks for the heads-up. We're aware of this and are talking to Amazon about it.
Oliver Goldman | Flash Platform Architect | Adobe Systems | ogold...@adobe.com<mailto:ogold...@adobe.com>
On Jan 18, 2011, at 8:05 AM, Jesse Warden wrote:
AIR Team, it seems there was a miscommunication between Adobe and Amazon, maybe none at all, or some edge case that Amazon didn't think of. 3 people have had their apps rejected, for 3 different reasons (although we all know why).
Michael Ritchie's (in LA, http://twitter.com/thanksmister) was rejected because "they couldn't install it correctly".
Antonio Holquin (in Seattle, http://twitter.com/antonioholguin) was rejected because "the app makes calls to another market".
Peter Else (in India/Belgium, http://twitter.com/peterelst) was rejected because "links to Android Market to download AIR".
I don't know why this wasn't already taken care of, but since it's clearly not, I encourage Adobe to reach out to Amazon to resolve this as quickly as possible. You have early adopters getting punished for their hard work.
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