Seems that the original poster took down the topic after a lot of negative feedback.
I've got to say I'm amazed and disgusted with some of those comments left in response to her proposed letter. It give the distinct impression of blindly, forgive the pun, defending something purely because the developer actually made it for the blind community. Let's look at the reasons behind her post without jumping all over it.
Papa Sangre is incredibly unstable on IOS 6 hence it's removal from the app store. This was also an issue with the release of IOS 5.
Ok, this is a fact, you can't argue with this statement. However, with the release of any major update to IOS, some issues with certain apps or games are to be expected. What is up for discussion however is how long is a reasonable time period to expect a fix? Let's not forget, this is a paid game and just because it's aimed at blind users doesn't mean the developers don't have certain responsibilities to the people who bought the game.
I note one comment left by a user in the original post which basically said "Stop thinking your entitled just because your blind". In this case that is an ridiculus and stupid thing to post. The reason she is entitled to a response from the developer is that she has spend money on the product, nothing more nothing less. It has absolutely nothing to do with being blind.
Then we have more posts attacking the letter as disgusting and whining. Were you reading the same letter as me???? She stated how grateful she was for the developers efforts with the game and how much she enjoyed it. It seemed perfectly polite and respectful to me.
The whole tone of the responses to the letter was incredibly hostile and unhelpful. It reminded me of the online battles you see between Apple and Samsung fan boys. Make 1 negative remark about a certain product and people attack you rather then try to answer or explaintheir point of view.
Just to be clear, I'm not saying I agree with the petition letter. What I am saying is she has legitimate questions the could have been answered in a civil way. People stated that the developer has made a statement about the upcoming fix on their Twitter feed, this may have been true but not everyone uses Twitter or blogs or facebook etc. Also the poster did state that she looked at the Blog and couldn't find a reference to the issue. I know that direct emails to the developer were unanswered so the poster felt she would show her eagerness and even support for the game by writing a perfectly fair letter and posting it to Applevis to see other users responses.
Then I see people have even audioboo'd the subject and various twitter posts again attacking the letter. People get a grip and grow up.
More help less hate.
As for the people attacking the spelling and grammar of the letter. I may have found a cure for your blindness, take your pedantic heads out of your butts. Of course the letter could have been tidied up before being sent anywhere, that was a non issue.
*Watching my language in respect for the Applevis forum*