On Monday, April 30, 2012 02:04:19 AM C wrote:
A couple of points based on your comments Rajko.
- Your comments lead me to conclude that you've
never used Steam on
Windows, nor have you used Desura on Linux. I'll explain why with my
No, I didn't use them.
I actually thought it is a important game engine making port to Linux worth of
On Mon, Apr 30, 2012 at 00:53, Rajko M.
> On Sunday, April 29, 2012 02:26:30 AM C wrote:
Games will ask
for certain level of stability in every release, easy
access to proprietary graphic drivers and possible more proprietary
Yes the stability is a factor.. sure, but that applies to the distro
in general. Proprietary drivers... we already provide that via the
Community repos... so what's the issue there?
Issue is that it is not obvious how to install them. You have to know that
they exist in order to look where they are located and how to install them.
Current model is far from easy comparing to computers that one can see in the
store and that is competition in
Theoretical mandatory purchases of other components
need to be managed by the client, not openSUSE since said components
should be game specific... again I don't see the issue here.
Game specific yes, but common multimedia stuff that games expect to find on
every computer must be provided by the operating system. That means business
for Fluendo. Otherwise users will have second road bump after graphic drivers,
which I bet will be absent in Ubuntu.
Basically, do not mix up games and the client, they
are two different
Now when you know what I was thinking, you can see that I got in mind a group
of games, not game management software.
SUSE goals, to serve enterprise market, not individual
consumers, this would require serious adjustment in openSUSE treatment,
or creating completely new edition that will be supported for a longer
time, media oriented, purchase based .
That's SUSE, not openSUSE and it doesn't make any sense that SUSE pursue
I'm afraid that without SUSE, or openSUSE Foundation, there is no partner for
> openSUSE can fix that in a few years, that much
> to raise from newcomer on the Linux scene to the most used distro. ...
A few years will be too late. This is a one time
I was talking about opportunity to grow and needed time.
Ubuntu is growing for years and always with same motto, making use of computer
as easy as possible, which is demanded not only by grand mothers, but also by
anyone that has computer to do some other stuff, besides system
We can ignore it... that's the "easy"
way, and if this client is
released as is hinted at, the uptake of Linux goes the way speculated,
openSUSE risks being left as a "once-was-great, but they missed the
OK, that may be a bit over the top, but hopefully you see my point here.
It is not over the top, stats in the first answer tell that something has to
be done, otherwise new kids will come and take over the place :)
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