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Awesome.

I thank you, geohot, for keeping this site alive. I have been using it for way longer than I have had an account. And also for adding samples of how to do things, and in general tidying things up. And welcome saurik! Enjoy! --Awesomebing1 (talk) 21:52, 11 May 2015 (UTC)

Whatever's on my mind

I didn't get to type up anything earlier because… Well, I wasn't available, and it was well past 2 AM when I saw and protected this message. :P geohot, although you mentioned it a while back, it's still a little sad to hear that it's finally changing hands. To be honest, I've been concerned since then about the wiki's future, but it is assuring that the wiki is going to somebody known in the jailbreaking scene. In any case, I wish you all the best. Thanks for keeping the wiki around for this long, and for putting up with whenever others asked me to bug you about wiki downtime. :P

And saurik, welcome to The iPhone Wiki— I don't have many words to say, but I'm certain that you'll treat the wiki well. I know you have quite a lot in your hands, but I hope to see you around every now and then! --Dialexio (talk) 23:50, 12 May 2015 (UTC)

I say we can all agree, we approve of the new overlord

Who doesn't love saurik here? Liars. Everyone does. Anyone who says they don't are lying.--Dankzegriefer (talk) 02:30, 27 May 2015 (UTC)

I am a bit late but...

It's been a while since Apple changed their game rules. Since the Jailbreak was powerful and had verbose boot. Since Cydia was making its first steps on a big, big world called iOS.

Things has changed a lot in the past 7 years, but this website remain the same. The same great place to learn and study in-depth our devices despite Apple changing things up every new release. I am glad to see that even in a time frame when Apple does its best to kill Jailbreak and everything related, this website stays up as a symbol of freedom, and as a knowledge base for anyone interested in their devices.

What can I say... geohot, you represent an important figure in iOS's modification scene; You put the very basics of it and things still keep the effect of your legacy. I know you will do the same great job on Artificial Intelligence and I wish you the best.

saurik, another pioneer of iOS modification; Can't really say something here, still trying to imagine life without Cydia (and me using an Android device). You took the torch of this website's existence and I am pretty sure you will do a great job!

Hoping for the best for The iPhone Wiki!

-GeoSn0w --GeoSn0w (talk) 19:22, 13 April 2016 (UTC)