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Re: status update LT 2003 CD


On Friday 06 June 2003 02:32, Alexander Schmehl wrote:
> Well... In those days I'm not that sure. Somebody might see a
> difference between a OS containing 5 (?) small games, and a OS,
> containing over 300 games (anybody counted them? greping to the
> Package-File counts 430 packages).

There are packages which contain a dozen games, so I estimate the total number 
to be > 500 (498 packages in sid, plus multiples, minus servers, data, ...).
There are also edutainment applications, which probably fit into the same 
category from a lawyer's point of view.
So games occur not only in /usr/games, but also /usr/bin and /usr/lib/*.

> I didn't heard of anyone, who installed Debian for the provided
> games... perhaps I have just become a little bit to paranoid.


I have asked around and quite a few games people are interested in a 
discussion about the topic, about 45 or 90 minutes.
Would this be appropriate for a workshop slot?
(Using "Freie Spiel- und Lernsoftware und der Jugendschutz" or a similar 


Play for fun, win for freedom.

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