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Postbox and the Mac App Store — Postbox
However, we eventually determined that the Mac App Store wasn’t the best fit for Postbox. We had already established our own online store and purchase policies prior to the Mac App Store release. Additionally, the Mac App Store was not evolving quickly enough, and in the direction we needed it to go, to support the Postbox 3 release in a manner consistent with Postbox Store policies.
masexodus  sandboxing  macappstore 
july 2012 by Aetles
1Password on the Mac App Store « Macdrifter
Roustem Karimov of AgileBits tweeted that the latest 1Password update was rejected for sandboxing entitlements. The direct purchase version was set as end of life about nine months ago. I recall the massive forum discussion about the decision to take 1Password MAS only. I converted to the MAS version in March to get on-board with their product roadmap. Now I see that it is available again as a direct download purchase and @roustem confirms it will receive the next update soon.
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july 2012 by Aetles
Apple’s Sandboxing…One Month In | Ted Landau's User Friendly View | The Mac Observer
It’s now been over a month since Apple began enforcing its sandboxing policies for the Mac App Store. With the dust beginning to settle, what can we conclude?
mac  osx  macappstore  masexodus  sandboxing 
july 2012 by Aetles
Mac App Store: Sandboxing Update – SourceTree by Atlassian
Going forward with future releases, however, the changes that have been made to the sandbox still do not quite address all of the issues we have with it. While we could work around them, it would downgrade the user experience, which has always been a red line for us. We also have to consider the fact that the main alternatives to SourceTree are not distributed on the Mac App Store and are therefore not constrained by these rules.

Therefore our position has not materially changed since the original decision: SourceTree 1.5 onwards will only be distributed via We advise all users on the Mac App Store to migrate to the direct download version, either now or when 1.5 is released, so you can benefit from the awesome new stuff we have in store for you.
macappstore  sandboxing  mac  osx  masexodus 
june 2012 by Aetles
Smile: Mac Software for PDF Editing, Text Expansion and CD/DVD Label Design
Because TextExpander 4 cannot be "sandboxed," it is not available on the Mac App Store.
june 2012 by danielpunkass
Manton Reece: Sandboxing and Clipstart
Some thoughts on sandboxing and saying goodbye to the Mac App Store.
masexodus  from twitter
february 2012 by manton

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