I'm not sure if this is the correct place to ask, so if it isn't, please
let me know. On debian-user there was a discussion of starting a
debian-games mailing list that could discuss writing games for Debian.
It was mentioned that there already was a mailing list
debian-devel-games, but apparantely it has been removed:
I'm curious as to what aspects of debian and games this list covered. I
think the one envisioned on debian-user was a place for debian users to
help with the development of new games for debian. The focus was on the
programming, but it could also be used to meet graphics and sound people
for the games too. Is this what debian-devel-games was or was it more
for the packaging of already created games?
Was the list removed because of lack of interest, because it didn't
really fit or something else entirely?
Would a list discussing the development of new games such as the one
discussed on debian-user be appropriate for Debian or should it really
be a more general list and not a part of Debian?
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