The Unix (Mac/Linux/BSD/whatever) sector isn't large enough to warrant two separate sections.
I'd add AIMP 3 to the list
Moc and mpd are two nix cli players that seem to be used a lot (at least outside of ubuntuisem).
Obviously putting OS X and Linux into the same basket won't work.
There's always room for nitpickery over whether e.g. Squeezebox Controller is a computer running Linux, or just a remote control for the server on your computer.
Or whether iDevices are computers. I have no idea whether the troublesome solutions have enough users around here for this to be any issue.
Quote from: smok3 on 25 July, 2012, 03:37:26 PMMoc and mpd are two nix cli players that seem to be used a lot (at least outside of ubuntuisem).MPD is not a "cli player". It's a daemon (that's what the D stands for in the name).MPD clients range from simple CLI (e.g. mpc) to curses-based (e.g. ncmpc) to GUI-based (e.g. sonata).
mplayer is another application that probably should be in any list. The command line application is a useful player (can play gapless with a named pipe)