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    Very few opensource games are popular competitive...

    Very few opensource games are popular competitive wise. Competitive gaming is often an incentive to create cheats for them; to win prestige by "winning on the internet".

    And yes, given enough time...
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    "helping UAA for over a decade" is a false...

    "helping UAA for over a decade" is a false statement:

    UrbanTerror is only 10 years old (Aug-2000)
    I have been briefly an UAA admin when UAA was founded by Hippie back in 2007.

    Unless you're...
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    -Thread revival- Opensource and gaming is not...

    -Thread revival-

    Opensource and gaming is not a happy marriage. It makes protecting the anti-cheat even harder than it already is.

    I've been an opensource software fan and adopter for over a...
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    How about Freenode? ;)

    How about Freenode? ;)
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    IRC

    Does Phoronix has any official IRC channels?
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    Considered the popularity of ET. It's likely...

    Considered the popularity of ET. It's likely there will be Linux client eventually as many of the ET players (in Linux) will want to move on to ET:QW.
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    In the meantime i found out i actually know the...

    In the meantime i found out i actually know the guy that developed razertool, just not aware of it. I'll try to provide him some data from my Diamondback so he can code support for Diamondback in...
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    Already tried that

    Already tried that
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    Mouse resolution toggle

    Does anyone knows a way to toggle the mouse resolutions for Razer Diamondback?

    I know there is Option "Resolution" in xorg.conf. But i prefer to toggle between 400 dpi when i'm doing 'normal'...
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