I agree with naehrwert
, and I think people should stop "demanding". I been reading about cryptography and even when I have a couple of years of deep knowledge on various programming languages, it is not a easy feat to break the PS3 security.
It takes lot of time and dedication to learn what is needed to break the PS3 security. Its not like buying a "Dummies" learning book and you will find everything there step by step. Breaking the PS3 security goes further than programming languages, it goes to the areas where casual developers don't usually reach because of time/hardware/knowledge/funding/motivation limits.
This scene should be thanking and showing respect to "those" developers who are actually "self-motivated", "working" without any responsibility to do so for free, spending lot of their life-time, with limited resources (and almost no donations, this mean they have to work even more "in real life", to be able to keep up their research).
People forget easily that we had (and still have) great developers contributing to the PS3 scene, like the legendary Graf_Chokolo, again, without any obligation to do so, he and many released their research discoveries for free, because they didn't have any negative feedback from the scene.
But now, we have people "demanding", "insulting", etc.. developers. Have someone stopped to think what would happen if you did the same thing with Graf_Chokolo (for example) ?, do you think he would still sacrifice himself and go to prison with a bunch of people calling him names because he was not releasing stuff "on-time" when "they" wanted?
Im not criticizing anyone in specific, there are good people around, but there are people with no gratitude and moral values that like to treat everyone as their little pet, and that is wrong.
If anyone still calling names and demanding stuff, then you are free to break the PS3 security by yourself, because that is what will happen if you keep pushing the wrong buttons. You will be alone in the darkness, is sad but is what happens when you treat people the way you don't want to be treated.
Keep up the good work naehrwert
! you have my respect!