Developers Respond to Changes in the Mac App Store

The recent unveiling of the Mac App Store has sparked a variety of responses, particularly among those who develop Mac software.

To gain a broader perspective, TUAW reached out to several developers to gather their initial impressions.

Here are some insights from developers within the Mac software community:

Phil Libin from Evernote expressed enthusiasm, stating, “We’re all over it.

Will do everything possible to be there at launch.”

Jeff Mancuso of ExpanDrive shared concerns about specific App Store guidelines, particularly section 2.18, which could impact apps that install kernel extensions like MacFUSE.

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