If you say so, Jeremy.
libre games !OT \in Games
Thanks, I figured that much out
remove dual-booting / word-in-wine
No, and I don't think it follows from anything I said.
I understand the thinking pattern -- "why make libre a special case *only* for games?" I'll explain that in a hopefully convincing way.
Games differ from non-games (i.e. browsers, spreadsheets, compilers -- programs that `gets a job done') in that most non-free non-games have a free replacement/alternative that's *just as good*.
Games don't have that--or if they do, then please, *please*, show me a free RPG about as good as Diablo II, an RTS about as good as Warcraft III and an FPS about as good as Counter-strike (or AVP 2) (considering graphics, music, sound effects, gameplay, story, ...; consider it OK if the sum is about as good, even though some parts are sub-par).
Which is why most people run non-free games: the free games just don't `cut it'. And hence, the games forum drown in talks about non-free games (and accessories, like Cedega (it's non-free, right?)).
So, even though `libre gamers' like me are welcome in Games, we would probably drown out in the `noise'.
*That* is why I propose(d) a seperate forum for libre games.
Note also that I didn't suggest anything about removing anything from Games as it is.
In any case, since it won't be made here, does anyone know of such a forum elsewhere?
In any case, thanks.