2014-07-1119:16:43Curly BracePretty neat dieselpunk, don't miss it: [url]
2014-07-1120:54:37sixsixfive17:51:22 srsly - I don't want to discuss this here but for me it's pointless using steam to play games on linux is the same as using windows in dualboot to play games - DRM just don't fit with my shiny clean debian system
2014-07-1121:02:05sixsixfive17:53:43 nope, everyone should decide for himself - but keep in mind that you will show everyone that you support DRM and digital distribution with all it's pros and cons
2014-07-1209:49:57syseditLinux Games and floss ftw.
2014-07-1211:40:16adomas17:53:43 I agree. I use Steam on Linux and I buy games on Steam just for Linux.
2014-07-1219:34:39zerothissumup:Join, don't buy, speak out, be heard
2014-07-1415:52:14Curly BraceRecent ScummVM update adds support for 5 games: Chivalry is Not Dead, Return to Ringworld, The Neverhood, Mortville Manor, Voyeur
2014-07-2319:21:15fastrgvIs it not possible for you to allow updates without moderator approval?
2014-07-2320:20:06sixsixfivesure, but how would the page look if anybody could edit, add or delete pages? :)
2014-07-2322:10:10fastrgvI was thinking of the system SourceForge uses...somehow they permit the creator small edits real time.
2014-07-2322:30:54nullzerobah.. someone beat me to The Shoe Bundle... removed the duplicate and updated!
2014-07-2411:09:06LeMasfastrgv< I like that idea. I hope it's possible to make...
2014-07-2412:34:45sixsixfive22:10:10 this already works for own content eg: edit content>save>list all revisions(top right corner)>click on the new one(timestamp)>publish(top right corner)>publish - done
2014-07-2412:37:06sixsixfivebut i agree it's not really user friendly