Gizmodo reports that the creators of iPhone unlocking app AnySIM have considered open-sourcing their application to spread their code far and wide, hopefully picking up many new coders and eyeballs in the process. They've apparently floated the idea about for a while, and found that no one objected to the deal. They then put the idea to the community at hackint0sh, a popular iPhone hacking forum and AnySIM's main site. Reading from the threads on hackint0sh, it appears that initially most folks advocate keeping the source closed; if you'd rather read a more open-source friendly version of the same discussion there's always slashdot. [image credit Jesus Diaz of Gizmodo]