My Thoughts on Open Source games!

[linkstandalone] DATE: 04/09/19 BY: HexDSL@posteo.net :::::::: ::::::::: :::::::::::::: ::: :+: :+::+: :+::+: :+:+: :+: +:+ +:++:+ +:++:+ :+:+:+ +:+ +#+ +:++#++:++#+ +#++:++# +#+ +:+ +#+ +#+ +#++#+ +#+ +#+ +#+#+# #+# #+##+# #+# #+# #+#+# ######## ### ############# ####

Sensationalism, outrage,Standing ovation?

I think its reasonable to say that recently I have said some things that have ticked off the more "free software" minded people in the audience. I think its also reasonable to say that I maybe on the opposite side of the open source debate to most of the people that use Linux. Some people even suggested it would be more socially responsible of me to lie about my thoughts on Open Source games. That is obviously not useful.

While I have 100% respect for the open source community and over 9000% respect for open source game projects. I think most are not good. I said this on last weeks .XPenguin podcast and to say the very least, it annoyed a few people. Not my intention at all! - With that in mind, I decided to get my buddy Drew (who has a similar views to me on this) and talk out the issue in very clear ways.

This video will be public on YouTube Friday morning. But for Patreon Supporters its already shared. I thought it would be nice it I also shared this potentially controversial video with those of you who take the time to visit this site. Your thoughts are MOST welcome!

THE VIDEO IN QUESTION