Wyatt Epp's Blog
A Linux native's perspective on the present state of Linux graphics drivers.
In which I attempt to factually document the events leading up to the circumvention of Sony's Playstation 3 access controls and some of the fallout. Patches welcome. Updated: 2011-03-18
Legitimatising homebrew development isn't a bad idea at first blush, but there are caveats that are unlikely to kill the (mostly antagonistic) relationship that now exists between those who create and those who are (not) paid for it.
Wyatt Epp's Comments
[News - 12/04/2013 - 07:28]
@Cordero r n ...installing applications ...
@Cordero r n ...installing applications is just as easy on Windows. r n r nEmphatically disagree. In Linux, my workflow to install something is one step: Tell the package manager to install something. That 's it. r n r nIt 's like Steam, only for every general piece of software ...
[News - 11/19/2013 - 10:34]
[News - 10/07/2013 - 05:11]
So I 'm guessing it ...
So I 'm guessing it 's exposed as a generic HID-compliant gamepad by default If so, good that 's exactly what it should do.
[News - 09/23/2013 - 01:06]
@Duvelle: I respect their stated ...
@Duvelle: I respect their stated aim. It may simply be that I disagree vehemently with their idea of stable but not finalized . cf. KDE4.0, Pulseaudio, systemd, policykit, hal, ext4, wayland... there 's a clear long-term trend of shipping untested crap to end users. I firmly believe there 's such ...
[News - 09/19/2013 - 04:53]
[News - 09/16/2013 - 02:34]
I was musing about this ...
I was musing about this very thing recently on Twitter. I love this recent movement of observer-friendly local multiplayer games perhaps best exemplified by Sportsfriends , but I think it IS important to remember these are really a revival of principles arcade games have always been willing to teach anyone ...