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Cybolic 25 Oct, 2018
Any chance we can change the question "When was the last time you used Wine to play a Windows game?" to use a checkbox for "In the last month" and let the system calculate the rest? Possibly with a dropdown for when the checkbox isn't selected to get the data for new users?
I'm having a hard time remembering when exactly I last used Wine and also having to map it to three month intervals.
serge 25 Oct, 2018
Does proton count as Wine gaming ?
Liam Dawe 25 Oct, 2018
Quoting: sergeDoes proton count as Wine gaming ?
It's not supposed to no, since Proton is supposed to be mainly a Steam thing, which is why we will be including a Steam Play question eventually when we can get the wording and options correct.
14 25 Oct, 2018
Well, since I've been playing Overwatch, I have to change my Wine answer. :)
MayeulC 25 Oct, 2018
Quoting: 14Well, since I've been playing Overwatch, I have to change my Wine answer. :)

Well, since I got it as part of the Humble Monthly, I had figured I'd try it, but it doesn't seem to run with Lutris. How did you do?
ElectricPrism 25 Oct, 2018
This post seems like it should also be an email
GustyGhost 25 Oct, 2018
It's been a while since this reminder was posted. I am certain that we skipped September. Liam, you don't automate this?
Liam Dawe 25 Oct, 2018
Quoting: ElectricPrismThis post seems like it should also be an email
That would take time I don't have right now.
lucinos 25 Oct, 2018
Quoting: ElectricPrismThis post seems like it should also be an email

nah, I like that it reminds publicly that gaming on linux has a statistics page once a moth. And anyway an email would just be spam for me.
page 25 Oct, 2018
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Would be nice if you can add NixOS to the distro list :) Bonus points if you also display an 'others' bar that groups the outliers that don't fit, so we can get an idea without having to check the full statistics and do the math.
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