Maybe you should read the thing Enterr. You don't have to 'like' what is said, but it is in there.
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Channel Application Restrictions and Requirements; Rights to Code.
"D. Developer may not use the SDK to (i) enable the installation of third party channel applications, or (ii) to create Developer’s own version of a Channel Store."
“Authorized Developers” means Developer and Developer’s employees, third party contractors, andThe case is even stronger - not only is this not a "3rd party app" but it is not being installed to a third party - Rek's co-workers are also Authorized Developers. Within the bounds of a "developer" organization, there is no "3rd party" nor is the app a "3rd party app".
agents engaged in development of the Channel Application.
By 'bypassing the channel store' you are effectively allowing your friends to run code which is neither a public nor private channel - as a sideloaded application - meaning your install is using a 'developer's own version' of a channel store which offers one or more dev packages to install.