I have a simple Vuo movie player app which I use to preview HAP and DXV 3 encoded files. I've just updated the app to include a syphon output but the app won't open with the OS complaining about incompatibilities.
The error message is: moviePlayer3.app cannot be opened because of a problem. Check with the developer to make sure moviePlayer3.app works with this version of macOS. You may need to reinstall the application. Be sure to install any available updates for the application and macOS.
I don't see Vuo as an 'artists' tool but it is accessible for people with limited coding knowledge and that's why it's worth supporting. What Matt (Matt) was describing was a common workaround for bridging platforms, sharing data and connecting apps... something a lot of artists would be interested in. Personally I use Vuo in quite a simple way to help support my VDMX projects for plugins, FX and media sources. Other people build complex applications, that's the great thing about this type of framework. I'm supporting this feature as I see it as a a way to expand my installation work and to accelerate Vuo as a viable platform for new users.
I think it's important to keep the conversation going. If you could run Vuo apps on Linux this would help ensure the framework keeps alive and the user base would undoubtably expand. Nothing wrong with chasing as it lets the dev team know there's interest in the idea.