Look for the Linux logo...
I don't want to seem petty
but I am thrilled to have such a great piece of software for my operating system of choice (Ubuntu Studio at the moment) as Ardour. It's a little upsetting to me to see OS X played up so much on the Ardour web site. On the main page it says "available for OS X, Linux". It says it again on the download page. Also on the download page you'll notice that two OSX downloads are listed before the source code and there are no .rpm's or .deb's anywhere to be seen on this page. (This is probably a bad point because I can't think of a single reason why there would need to be .rpm's or .deb's available for download.) But still - the OSX downloads are listed before the source...in an open source project.
I'm thrilled that OSX users can use the software, and I wouldn't take that away from them if even if I had the chance (like I said, I'm not trying to be petty) but I'm sure if Photoshop was ported (legally) to Linux, it wouldn't appear first on their "Supported Platforms" list. Remaining a Linux-focused project doesn't have to be seen as being uncivil to the OSX users. Ardour is doing a great job at bringing curious eyes across the Linux webpages, but if someone were to arrive at the ardour home page they would think this was an OSX project that was ported to Linux.
Let's show our pride a little more.
....Also, what's up with all the OSX screen shots in the manual?...I mean Come on!