我通过MacHeist销售我的应用程序,我得到的就是这个糟糕的T恤

  • Total MacHeist revenue (based on final figure of $190,000 raised for charity): $760,000

  • 捐赠给慈善机构的金额:200,000美元

  • Estimated total sum paid by MacHeist to the developers of the bundled applications, based, yes, on anonymous sources, but which figure I stand behind, and which, I will further note, has not been disputed since我写了这篇文章last week: $66,5001

  • Estimated total costs for advertising, web hosting, and web site development: $40,000

  • MacHeist团队的预计利润为463,500美元

  • MacHeist占总利润的百分比:87.5

  • Average percentage share of the total profit for each individual developer: 1.3

  • Average percentage share of the total profit for each developer whose company name does not rhyme with “Malicious Donster”: 1.1

  • 关闭Phill Ryu的话,他保持真实:

    Recently, some Mac developers have been telling me how they have begun to doubt that there is a bright future in their business. But after MacHeist, which will go down as one of the biggest successes in the history of Mac shareware, you have sent a message loud and clear: the state of Mac shareware is stronger than ever.


  1. This is actually a little bit less than the amount I estimated in “Iniquities of the Selfish”; I now believe that both David Watanabe (NewsFire) and Allan Odgaard (TextMate) were paid the “standard” flat fee of about $5,000-6,000. ↩︎