DragonFly users List (threaded) for 2004-11
Oliver Fromme <olli@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> In my (personal) opinion, it _should_ be part of any oper-
> ating system that calls itself "BSD". It is a historical
> part of BSD. /usr/games existed in 2.8BSD (1981) and
> possibly earlier (which I can't check right now, unfortu-
Have you tried Doom 3 ?
> Apart from that, I don't think there is a good reason why
> it should be removed. Space considerations don't seem to
> be a good reason, as the whole /usr/games directory is only
> 200 Kbytes, which is smaller than /bin/ls (on my FreeBSD 4
> machine here anyway).
Clutter. It's a major issue on any Unix-like system,
but Unix people in general seem to be immune to it.
Look what Apple had to do to save the user from it:
app bundles, library frameworks,
and generally locking down all Open/Save panels
so as not to reveal the Wizard of Oz behind the curtain.
Sometimes ignorance really is bliss.
> Just my 2 Eurocents. ;-)
Your currency is no match for my 50 Swedish öre! ;)
/Jonas Sundström. www.kirilla.com/.se