Free software, free society. What is Free Software? “Free software” is a matter of liberty, not price. To understand the concept, you should think of “free” as in “free speech”, not as in “free beer”. Free software is a matter of the users' freedom to run, copy, distribute, study, change and improve the software. More precisely, it refers to four kinds of freedom, for the users of the software: The freedom to run the program, for any purpose (freedom 0). The freedom to study how the program works, and adapt it to your needs (freedom 1). Access to the source code is a precondition for this. The freedom to redistribute copies so you can help your neighbor (freedom 2). The freedom to improve the program, and release your improvements to the public, so that the whole community benefits (freedom 3). Access to the source code is a precondition for this. To understand the philosophy of Free software, see homepage in my profile.

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HumbleLinux
HumbleLinux @ Desurium 0.8 RC3 Call For Testing!

great, thanks to everyone who contributed and contributes!

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HumbleLinux
HumbleLinux @ Site updates...

Hmm, what is SlideDB?

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HumbleLinux
HumbleLinux @ The Fall Bundle

At least there are 2 Linux games. At least.

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HumbleLinux
HumbleLinux @ Gaming on Linux?!

yes!

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HumbleLinux
HumbleLinux @ Update

Hey guys,

just want to give a heads up - write descriptive titles for articles you post, ie. "update on _what_". Because in Groups watch (subscription to new indie posts) only titles of articles are displayed, not what project they belong to. So with the current title you can only see "update" and that's it. Cheers

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HumbleLinux
HumbleLinux @ clintbellanger

Kudos!

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HumbleLinux
HumbleLinux @ Flare

Thanks for making a Free RPG!

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HumbleLinux
HumbleLinux @ Flare 0.17 released

Indeed! Thanks for making a Free RPG! (Which means It's available on Free platforms also!)

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HumbleLinux
HumbleLinux @ Humble Indie Bundle 6

It's worth for Torchlight alone. I hope they will make Torchlight II for Linux platforms also.

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HumbleLinux
HumbleLinux @ Do you think the OUYA will succeed?

Even if it was (which I question), doesn't mean that it WILL.

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HumbleLinux
HumbleLinux @ OpenMW 0.17

This is awesome!!!

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HumbleLinux
HumbleLinux @ OpenMW

Awesome project guys! Great job!

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HumbleLinux
HumbleLinux @ Towns 0.50 has been released!

Good job!

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HumbleLinux
HumbleLinux @ Loren The Amazon Princess

yay an RPG. For Linux platform. Thank you for supporting free open source platform!

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HumbleLinux
HumbleLinux @ Linux Game Publishing

Linux game publishing? Cool.

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HumbleLinux
HumbleLinux @ What you're doing. Stop it.

Because those so called indie devs creating these satan's turds "games" are all about money and know that they will be able to sell this lame **** without problems.

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HumbleLinux
HumbleLinux @ The Summer Bundle

At least there are some Linux games included, although all of them should be available for Linux also. I hesitate to buy, but probably will do, just for the Linux games.

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HumbleLinux
HumbleLinux @ The June Bug Bundle

for the corporation.

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HumbleLinux
HumbleLinux @ Drains

Linux support?

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HumbleLinux
HumbleLinux @ Holyspirit

Awesome. Anyways, why not release the code under GNU GPL? Gnu.org

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HumbleLinux
HumbleLinux @ White run remade - envizionrezv

wow indeed. How much time was spent on this?

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HumbleLinux
HumbleLinux @ The Graduation Bundle!

Where are the Linux versions?

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HumbleLinux
HumbleLinux @ Crowdfunding: World's Hardest Infinite Platformer

didn't see any bundle here. who said about bundeals? where is the Linux version?

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HumbleLinux
HumbleLinux @ The Journey Down: Chapter One

Thanks for a Linux platforms version. (Unless it's in flash)

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HumbleLinux
HumbleLinux @ Pricing & Taxes

It should be up to each particular person to decide if he pays the tax or not. The consequences should be his thing also.

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HumbleLinux
HumbleLinux @ The All Charity Pack

Hmkay, I could rant again about nothing interesting in this bundle for Linux AGAIN. Sure I do have Osmos already. I say off with the indie game companies/developers who don't care about free software (Linux) platforms. They should realize what they are doing and educate themselves about free software philosophy.

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HumbleLinux
HumbleLinux @ The All Charity Pack

That would, indeed, be great. Every company should do that. It would have to be for open discussion which charity /free software project to support, though. AS there are oh so many false charities/non-profits used by corporations as their haven for evil stuff.

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HumbleLinux
HumbleLinux @ Realm of the Diggle Gods DLC

Finally on Linux...

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HumbleLinux
HumbleLinux @ Vulture for NetHack Released on Desura

and i mean 64bit Linux systems.

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HumbleLinux
HumbleLinux @ $200 Tournament of Death and Pain

Ugh. I'd prefer stay out of tournament of "death and pain" thank you very much :)

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