Dear Nokia support.
I'm involved in development for Symbian since 2005. Since 2008 me and my team work under Mobile Effort(R). I didn't saw better mobile OS than Symbian in core aspects and even after being experienced in BB, Android, iOS we're more interested in development for Symbian whenever this is possible.
This OS is my favorite mobile platform, but I used to have main tool set of VS + Carbide.vs and was quite happy. In time when WinXP is migrated to Win7 with my new laptop I was upset with carbide.vs 3.01 version. Unfortunately, it's not supported more, so time by time issues are still annoying.
For me 'not supported' (http://www.developer.nokia.com/Commu...de.vs_Overview) has got simple meaning: "not perspective+we don't want to spend money for this".
If so, probably, it's better to move Carbide.vs to Open Source project than to keep it archived in dusty folders of server HDDs and who knows, we may to breathe a new life to this super plugin in new Visual studio versions.