MP3, Steam Proton and the Art of Adapting https://peertube.linuxrocks.online/videos/watch/67bb66af-e163-4871-a56f-06ff89a49ae7
My Evening: Kid and wife are sleeping, LETS SPEEDRUN SUPER METROID, it's been too long
*Dies at early wave beam*
F*CK THIS GAME!!!!!!
Again and again, it's a joy to edit a good bunch of pictures with #darktable. Below, I only used "local contrast"
I read many people being worried about a possible negative effect on native #linux game development because of the #proton + #steam combo. I think that the first visible and positive effect will be that we'll have more reliable demographics on how many people play #games on linux. This will reveal how big this market is and hopefully will bring according efforts to develop games.
The "Steam Play" thing is cool, but people are acting like Wine was just invented. You could play 99% of this stuff ages before Valve cloned the Wine & DXVK repos and copy pasted them into Steam. Don't get me wrong, I love the idea of what Valve is doing. However, I think you should give credit where credit's due: The wine developers
With Steam Play and Proton all over the interwebs today I should be clear about something. I will use it to play Windows games I already have, and any that I pick up in bundles, I may even buy the odd older game for nostalgia; but game developers who offer proper native ports will be the ones I support first and foremost, they went to the effort of creating native games and so are most deserving of my hard earned money
Linux User, sceptic, nurse, father.
Linux Geeks doing what Linux Geeks do..