Meet the Guy Preserving the New History of PC Games, One Linux Port At a Time - Slashdot

An anonymous reader quotes a report from 404 Media: Historically, video game preservation efforts usually cover two types of games. The most common are very old or "retro" games from the 16-bit era or earlier, which are trapped on cartridges until they're liberated via downloadable ROMs. The other a...


Wow that’s some impressive work

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I like how you can see the evolution of Linux Mint/Cinnamon by just looking at the window decorations


Unless a link aggregator holds extraordinarily interesting discussion, which Slashdot does not in this case, it would be better to directly link the original article.

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Okay. Fair enough.

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