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wareya
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Re: contribute information to wiki/mod status

Post by wareya » 12 May 2015, 13:55

Debian has "desert island"-style software guidelines. However, I'm still interested in their specific logic behind including unace if it's not in the nonfree repository as was being implied by calling it surprising.
paying attention to #1751 #2473 #3609 #3862/#3929 #3807 #4297 #4623

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Re: contribute information to wiki/mod status

Post by asmo » 12 May 2015, 15:44

psi29a wrote:We do not care about using esoteric archive formats to store data. We only care about getting the data out of the archives. I do believe you like arguing for the sake of arguing.
No, I just don't want to - have to - make pull-ups to use a mod.
Anyhow, I agree that topic is done...

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Re: contribute information to wiki/mod status

Post by psi29a » 12 May 2015, 16:12

asmo wrote:
psi29a wrote:We do not care about using esoteric archive formats to store data. We only care about getting the data out of the archives. I do believe you like arguing for the sake of arguing.
No, I just don't want to - have to - make pull-ups to use a mod.
Anyhow, I agree that topic is done...

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That isn't our problem... we make OpenMW, not distribute mods.

If someone else wants to go through the trouble, go for it. :D

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