Venice Project beta doesn't include Macs

Along with the rest of the world, it seems, I received my invite to try out the beta of the Venice Project. This is an IPTV project set up by Kazaa and Skype founders Niklas Zennstrom and Janus Friis (so straight away you have to start taking it seriously).

Mike Arrington has written it up on TechCrunch, Om Malik has posted some screenshots and a glowing report on its functionality and James Corbett has gloated that he had an invite long before the A-Listers!

It all looks interesting but unfortunately I can’t use it. Why? The system requirements call for a machine running Windows XP with Service Pack 2. No Mac software!

Venice Project system requirements

5 thoughts on “Venice Project beta doesn't include Macs”

  1. unfortunately I wasn’t one of the world and his dog.
    Any chance I could have it.
    Enjoy your Christmas Tom
    Best wishes to the family

  2. Don’t worry, the Mac and Linux versions are currenly in heavy development and will arrive soon. There’s a lot of internal pressure for this as many of the developers are running either MacOS or Linux on their laptops!

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