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I took some time day to do some analysis on the gamers who contribute reports about Steam Play/Proton on ProtonDB. There are some cool findings - check it out!

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I had a bit of time today and decided to write about the potential negative impact of PC games stores fragmentation, and propose a future way out:

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Since there was a new data dump today on GitHub, I ran the same analysis on the ProtonDB contributors as I did last week. You can now see the results of December 2018:

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Codeweavers has published the first article in a series that relate to "working with WINE". The first part talks about the differences between Wine upstream and its forks like wine-staging and Proton.

Stadia seems like Netflix for games. Making your OS irrelevant which is good, but taking away completely your ownership of anything for a lifelong subscription...

#Patreon is putting up their prices, creators will get less of their fans' donations.

There's a free open source alternative, #LiberaPay, which is non-profit:

LiberaPay is itself funded by donations.

You can follow them on the Fediverse:


(alternative at request of reader @mjog 👍 )

#Alternatives #Donations #Payment

looks like Deus Ex Human Revolution Directors Cut is REALLY cheap right now on Steam - and it should work well with Proton:


I've had this under wraps for a while, but with my visa approved I'm delighted to announce I'm joining Valve in Washington State.

Starting in early May I'm looking forward to being a Steam™Punk, improving Linux as a gaming platform, and working on all things modding-related.


If you haven't already seen it enjoy this footage of police in Bulgaria trying to use pepper spray and the wind blowing it back in their faces

We are proud to announce the immediate availability of 4 , a new major release of the Solus operating system. Check it out at

Found a nice git repos with ready to use ESYNC/PBA patched #wine builds and a script to compile your own...

Gotta love when a game released with a Linux client not too many years ago, has no Linux client anymore, and on top of that cannot be run using Proton either. Good clusterfuck of a job, developers! (I'm talking about BIT TRIP RUNNER):

Note that xclip is not installed by default in most distros.

also: cat file | xclip -selection clipboard
works well

A post about why playing games on Linux is not for everyone yet, on Forbes: Note that I dont agree with everything in there, but the fact that it's not beginner friendly is certainly true.

Good find of the day: "Secret of Mana Remastered Edition" works apparently great on Linux with Proton/Steam Play:

Devil May Crt 5 works very nicely on Linux as per this video, but you need some tweaks to make the movies work:

Trying now to install Antergos on a different laptop, and the installer fails because one package changed name on Arch. Ugh. This is not the first time that Cnchi, the installer, fails at doing its job.

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