A long list of Macintosh developers are among those that have donated their software to help fight cancer. Seth Dillingham is
organizing the campaign
that will see all of the software auctioned off with the proceeds donated to the
Dillingham will be doing his fair share of work too. On August 3, 4 and 5 he will be riding his bike across the state of Massachusetts — a 300 mile trek. Dillingham will be joined by 4,400 other riders on the journey.
Among his fund raising plans is a software auction, which he hopes will help him raise $6,600. So far Dillingham has received 62 applications with a retail value of just over $10,500.
The software titles will be put up for auction on eBay. So far Macintosh developers include Bare Bones Software, Flying Meat Software, infinite nexus, Red Sweater Software, C-Command, NewsGator, Rage Software, Panic, Ambrosia and Rogue Amoeba, among others.
More information on Dillingham’s efforts and ways that you can donate software is available from his