Pirate43 wrote:In order to get said repository up on the PS Store, which is the whole point of the PS Suite, it will have to go through Sony, and knowing Sony, it won't make it past that point.
I don't believe that while you're developing and testing your program
, Sony would need to approve it. A few thoughts came to me throughout the day, so I'll just post them here:
SsJVasto's thoughts wrote:The module that you must download on PSVita probably goes through the PSN Store to associate a system to a Developer Account. I'm guessing that's how they'll get you to pay your membership, like the PSN+, where it's a year-based subscription that auto-renews.
SsJVasto's thoughts wrote:The module that must be installed on Vita probably contains a Developper Encryption Key, that cannot be used on Vitas that don't have said "Developper Key", so we can't use this SDK to distribute homebrew.
SsJVasto's thoughts wrote:If the PSS is store and membership-based, it will GREATLY help the developer community. The PSP SDK cost a couple hundred/thousand, and the PS3 SDK is worse. 100$ a year is exactly the same price as developping for the AppStore, so I expect the homebrew development to boom
SsJVasto's thoughts wrote:We probably don't have Kernel access, but we can at least have fun exploring the PSVita module and Firmware.