We’re really happy to announce that we’ll soon be opening IndieCity up to Linux systems, so we’re on the look-out for people with Linux games and applications who’d like to be a part of the launch line-up. If you are such a person, or you want to point us in the direction of someone who is you can email us
If you aren’t a dev but still want to be involved and have a Linux system, we’d be really grateful if you would be able to test the Client on your system, as we want to make sure it runs on as many distros/architectures as possible. Again, if you are able to help with this, drop us an email at Enquiries at IndieCity dot com and we’ll make sure you’re included!
For those of you who are waiting for news on the Mac version of IndieCity, we’re working on it now and it should be ready fairly shortly after the Linux launch. We’ll be pushing out a blog post about it nearer the time, so keep an eye out for it!
If you’d like to get more involved with IndieCity but only have a Windows machine, we’re also looking for some new CAP testers. Our CAP testers get to play games for free in exchange for testing them for suitability for the Store. We’re ideally looking for 3-5 new testers. If you’re interested please email Enquiries at IndieCity dot com with some details about your system (so we can ensure we get a few different configurations for compatibility) and any previous experience you think is relevant.http://blog.indiecity.com/?p=2227http://www.indiecity.com/
edit: changed the email addresses so that they don't get spammed by spiderbots.