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    Phoronix: Ryan Gordon's Thoughts On Open-Source Gaming

    As mentioned in advance, Ryan Gordon was in Chicago last week for the Flourish open-source conference to talk about Linux and open-source gaming. Here's the video recording of his talk...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=OTMxMA

  • #2
    this guy expressed some interest in contributing on sdl-wayland recently

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    • #3
      Oh. No question where asked?

      Maybe mini mail interview? With questions proposed at forum last time?

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      • #4
        Cool video. Just finished it. It looks like it mostly recapped things I already knew, but it's a very good summary of past and recent events.

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        • #5
          Yeah, he is talking a lot about the past. As a summary - very good of course.
          Didn't find the niche he talked about linux itself, as an os, as a platform

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          • #6
            Great talk for summary background. I knew bits and piece of the history he was talking about, but it was very informative to see it all put into the big picture.

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            • #7
              squake

              ID didn't release the first linux version of quake. It was a kid who got the source off IRC. He coded it against svgalib. But I've long since forgotten the names.

              The story was he contacted Carmack who was impressed.

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              • #8
                What was the very last question that was responded to with "It needs a lot of work"?
                Can't catch it.

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