Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 17th Dec 2009 22:16 UTC
Mac OS X Late last night (CET), we reported on the story that the VLC project needed more developers for the Mac version of this popular video player, or else the Mac variant may disappear. Just about every website out there reported on this issue, but it turns out it all got a bit exaggerated (on the internet? Surely you jest...). We spoke to VLC developer Pierre d'Herbemont to clarify the issue, and they've also put up a wiki page about the so-called demise of the Mac version of VLC. He also detailed what, exactly, they meant by "Apple is blocking us".
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Mac users are sissies
by Raffaele on Tue 22nd Dec 2009 08:55 UTC
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Aw... Come on!

Mac developers and mac users are so weak sissies?

I don't believe so...

In Amiga and MorphOS VLC is developed by ONE SINGLE programmer who makes it all by himself and updates are released at a certain reasonable steady rythm.

Sure if any mac projects requires a team of X persone (where X is major than 10 elements) then that's means that Mac users want just their Momma prepare them the pappa any day...

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