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The state of Linux gaming

The state of Linux gaming

Posted Oct 7, 2010 20:11 UTC (Thu) by michaeljt (subscriber, #39183)
In reply to: The state of Linux gaming by iabervon
Parent article: The state of Linux gaming

> It's not that a community can't do it. But you don't incorporate audience feedback into a production once it opens. The community you start with does a particular production, and the audience can join for the next production. So an open source game community is like a theater troupe, rather than like the cast of a single production; your new energy mostly gets directed to the next episode.

Right, I take your point. That is not always strictly true of course, as you may well put on subsequent shows after the first run, and since that usually means replacing the half of the cast who are no longer available, you can also end up reworking the production quite a bit. It is still a very controlled feedback though of course.


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