Please do not post the same thing multiple times. The board software automatically flags certain posts as needing moderator attention. This happens the most often for new users. I'm pretty sure this is made clear at the time you attempt to post. Posting the same thing over and over again just makes that many more posts the moderators have to weed through later. This makes us sad. Don't make us sad. If your post/thread doesn't appear, just wait a while. Don't post it again. If it hasn't shown up by the next day, then you can try again. I normally go through posts in the mornings, and try to check a few times throughout the day, but I'm not here 24/7. There will typically be a significant delay before posts are approved. Just be patient.
Not sure if this has come up in discussion here yet, but I got to thinking about this the other day.
Will the mobile market bubble burst, just like what happened in the dot com era? It may be difficult to imagine, but its hard not to see the resemblance between the two. With the App Store's supersonic growth speed it may not be farfetched to think it could all come to a crashing halt (for developers that is). The mobile market, just like the WWW, is here to stay. But how much longer do we have as developers to enjoy the amount of success many do today?
My own uneducated opinion is that it may not burst completely, but maybe within the next couple years it will start to taper off and perhaps decline slightly due to several reasons: First, over saturation. I think there will be a decrease in the number of new developers once the Get Rich Quick dreams fade away. Also, existing developers may also give up on their pursuit once they realize the amount of difficulty it takes to get their app(s) noticed (think of the Store at this time having 3 million+ apps). And second, within the next couple years Apple's review guidelines will become so strict that many developers will simply give up. It's getting harder and harder to publish apps and with so many restrictions being placed frequently it won't be getting any better.