Re: Debian Menu policy leads to confusion
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- Date: Tue, 04 Apr 2006 01:36:58 +0300
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One more thing. I have just noticed that we have one very content
oriented subsection in "Games".
> Games derived from real world sports.
> billard-gl, csmash, asciijump
Yes, "Sports". The games it contains are not in any way identifiable by
the way they interact with player.
It seems to contain only 7 entries, that can, and probably should, be
moved to other sections. Here is the list:
billard-gl - 3D billiards game
foobillard - a 3D billiards game using OpenGL
bygfoot - soccer (football) manager game featuring [...]
asciijump - Small and funny ASCII-art game about ski jumping
battleball - soccer game played with tanks or helicopters
csmash - CannonSmash, a table tennis simulation game
flying* - pool/snooker/carrom/hockey/curling simulator for X11
I suggest we remove this section as it serves no purpose.
* flying is in fact a collection of 7 different games (single engine)
and has an entry for each in an unofficial subsection. Even so, my
suggestion is still valid.