When I signed up for the OS X 10.10 public beta, I had to a agree to a nondisclosure statement. Apple does tell you that you aren't supposed to blog about it.
On the other hand:
On the other hand, they've stated that they have no objection to developers and the like discussing matters that they've made public.
If you look on Twitter for the hashtags #YosemiteBeta, you find all sorts of posts on it. Like this one:
It does, by the way.
So, I guess I'll keep posting my observations, keeping it within some kind of limit. Hey, Apple Computer, I'm trying to keep on the good side of the NDA.
Update: You know, they even say that you're not supposed to discuss the software with anyone, though I would bet that I'm completely in the clear should I discuss it with my husband. On the other hand, I really don't think he wants to hear about it.
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