The organisers of the My Dream App competition is calling for developers to help the second season of the competition.
The team will be doing video interviews with potential developers in conjunction with Pomcast.com at Apple's forthcoming Worldwide Developers Conference in June.
Interested developers should contact My Dream App via email at devcomp AT mydreamapp.com with a brief biography and a short explanation of why they feel they should be a "dream app" developer.
"The My Dream App 1 apps are coming along nicely and the whole event has been a resounding success from our point of view so My Dream App 2 will definitely be happening. The developer competition will bring an interesting twist to the next season. We're really looking forward to getting out to WWDC to meet with the next wave of developers and seeing who'll make the cut", said John Casasanta, My Dream App development manager.
My Dream App is an online competition where visitors submit ideas for applications to be created by a hand-picked team of Mac developers. Over 2,700 ideas were submitted for My Dream App 1 and over 40,000 people cast votes over the contest's five rounds. The voting was guided by judge commentary from celebrity judges including Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, New York Times tech columnist David Pogue, and Digg.com founder Kevin Rose.
The three winners from the first competition are now in development by professional, experienced Mac development teams.