I have created bindings for Xamarin developers to use the Amazon Android SDK's in their Xamarin.Android applications: https://github.com/redth/xamarin.android.amazon
I would like to make these bindings available on nuget, but it looks like the Program Materials License prohibits redistributing the .jar/.aar files from the SDK.
I could work around this by downloading the files on the developer's machine at build time directly from Amazon, but there's one problem:
The url to the SDK is not unique to the version of the SDK released.
Whenever the SDK is updated the URL stays the same. This means if I create bindings to 2.0.76 of InAppPurchases, and then Amazon updates the SDK to a new version, my bindings will no longer work for users when they get a new version of the .zip file at build time.
Could someone please either grant the license exception to redistribute the .aar/.jar binary files from the SDK as-is (without any modifications), or could we please get a URL that's unique to each version of the SDK released?