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it is sad the day that i have to defend a question/request that i did not demand for. especially on this forum.
i asked the question simply because the category is 'games' (and not specifically linux games) even though it is a linux forum. to me, the idea that came across was to vote a favorite game, regardless of the OS. it was not explicitly stated on the poll that it was only linux games. i happen to enjoy Counterstrike quite a bit and wanted to vote for it. in any case, Counterstrike happens to have linux tarballs for server hosting of the game. i thought that might add some weight to adding it in the poll, even if only linux games are allowed.
as the answer came back as a 'No', i accepted it and voted for the next best thing available on the poll. i believe this is acceptable behavior?
i don't mean to be 'nasty' either shadow, but what seems to be the problem then?