:In the future, before removing valid releases from the news page, the matter should be discussed on the talk page. I am replacing the news articles as they are now known to be allowed. If someone has good reason for them to not appear in the news then please say so on this talk page. --[[User:Hiker13526|Hiker13526]] 00:42, 8 May 2008 (PDT)
==Release Archive== I have a few proposals for the Homebrew Releases news. I think the news should be moved to [[Project: Homebrew Releases]]. Also, rather than creating a [[Homebrew_Releases_Archive|separate article]] for past news items, I think it best to create a subpage. I propose a single archive page per month. For May, it would be [[Project:Homebrew_Releases/May_2008]], and so on. I believe this would make for a better long- term organization method. This method was adapted from Wikipedia's news and picture of the day archive. --[[User:Hiker13526|Hiker13526]] 23:43, 7 May 2008 (PDT)
== Regarding those apps. .. ==
No, this is not a personal issue with him. I believe the clear lack of any kind of testing or quality control on his apps causes a problem in regard at least as far as "main page" worthiness and risk goes. We're all fairly well aware of the fact that his apps are rushed out for credit-grabbing, without any due care and attention given to the risks posed or any real testing whatsoever. It's a technical issue.
This was removed because I recall someone mentioning on the channel last night that it was possible a "broken" or somehow damaged save (I think the term "half copied" was used) could cause users potentially serious problems when copied back to the Wii.
myself am not particularly an expert when it comes to how the save system works in regard to potential dangers posed, but given the known lack of quality control and theoretical risk, along with the lack of information on any risk/disclaimers, it did not seem wise to be seen supporting this app on the front page ( by all means in Homebrew Apps with some appropriate notes) .
Better safe than sorry when it comes to users machines, right? Wiibrew is right now all there is in the way of "quality control" for homebrew. If an app is on here, it 's only right that it should have been tested and the risks taken into account, and we know he isn't responsible enough in that regard. That is owed to the people who use this site as a measure of basic quality, which a lot of people do. - Stalkid64.