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I would like to see 'SnipeRight' ported to Linux - um, or whatever it would take to get the same functionality - or better. Sniperight's server(s) took bidding instructions and did the bidding at the right x while I could be doing something else. Has convenient interface finding and tracking 'targets.'
I paid 20$, one x charge; would be willing to pay 40 to dump whinos.
I'd like to see these programs ported to GNU/Linux:
* Propellerhead Reason (a very interesting music creation environment)
* MAX/MSP (a highly recommended software for musicians and programmers)
* SPSS (ceedeedoos you might want to check out if SAS Base runs on UNIX or Linux)
* the Ahead Nero suite (I think a Linux version is currently under development)
I like my games, and they are the only reason i still have a windows part on my computer. I'd like to see popular games written for Linux, right now more specifically Grenado Espada and Lord of the Rings online. Also, iTunes for Linux would be awesome.