Hi Moritz! Moritz Muehlenhoff wrote, On 16/03/05 06:11:
"VGA Planets" was really nice, I played it ages ago in DOS. But the "Gnome War Pad" entry at the Linux Game Tome says, that you need a version of "VGA Planets", either shareware or the registered, to play. Is this still true with the current release? If so, it can't go into main, but only in the contrib section.
Yes, GWP needs the non-free VGA Planets host (the original, or alternative PHost, which isn't free software either, although both are free as in beer) to play. Strictly speaking, GWP right now is a viewer, so it doesn't need the Host, but the idea is to make a full client so eventually it will need it. One question I have is this: if my program have to go to the 'contrib' section, it's still part of Debian? that is, the procedure to make it part of the contrib section is the same as any other program in the 'main' section? If yes: do you want to be my sponsor? :-) Best regards, -- Lucas Di Pentima - Santa Fe, Argentina - Jabber ID: firstname.lastname@example.org LUNIX S.R.L. - Soluciones en GNU/Linux - http://www.lunix.com.ar GnuPG Public Key: http://random.sks.keyserver.penguin.de:11371/pks/lookup?op=get&search=0x6AA54FC9 Key fingerprint = BD3B 08C4 661A 8C3B 1855 740C 8F98 3FCF 6AA5 4FC9
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