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MacBundler founder responds to accusations of withholding payment from developers

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MacBundler founder responds to accusations of withholding payment from developers

The founder of MacBundler, Dan Kingsley, has replied to accusations that his corporate used to be now not paying developers taking part in its package choices of OS X device, claiming that every one spouse developers have paid in complete. Kingsley claims that the source a of the difficulty is a fraudulent package on Mightyloots.com, the problems with which he claims were rectified.

Then again, in accordance to MacNN, the problems with MacBundler move all of the long ago to 2014:

Kingsley repeated to us in an e-mail to us this morning that "The only and handiest Mightyloots package that used to be run final yr has its screenshot hooked up." No screenshot used to be hooked up, and we now have emailed again to get this attachment. He added that "sadly, it's the source of the present false impression. Apps concerned are: Rottenwood, Ethereal, Time Tracker, Behavior, Bracketeer, VideoGet, UninstallPKG, TubeDisco, MacGourmet 4, WhatsApp Pocket."

Whilst there's some overlap within the record right here, and a few of the developers that experience contacted us about now not having gotten paid, there are different developers now not incorporated in that package claiming the similar. One developer took to Twitter to say that he knew issues existed since April of 2014.

That developer, Mark Munz, says that once taking part in a MacBundler promotion in April 2014, he didn't obtain payment, and used to be now not contacted by way of MacBundler relating to any imaginable problems.

However, there are some developers who declare to have contacted MacBundler about those problems, despite the fact that Kingsley says that he hasn't heard from many of them. Even if Kingsley has spoken to developers, it kind of feels that problems nonetheless stay, as within the case of Corecode developer Julian Mayer:

Then again, on April 1, Mayer from Corecode showed to us that the diversities between him and the MacBundler/BundleCult team of workers had but to be labored out. We've got additionally emailed Mayer this morning about Kingsley's remark, and he advised us in reaction that "no he did not pay and not anything is labored out."

Equivalent accusations have additionally been leveled towards BundleCult, which supposedly allotted no less than one recreation with out an settlement with the developer, whilst additionally being accused of withholding bills.

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