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Eike 25 Jun
I wonder how many people think of updating their "when did you use ... last time" answer every now and then...
Ehvis 25 Jun
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Quoting: EikeI wonder how many people think of updating their "when did you use ... last time" answer every now and then...

That's the problem with these questions. The answer might change even if your usage profile stays the same. I would expect quite a bit of stale data for these.
lucinos 25 Jun
Yes I did not like this question right from when introduced. They should have been about the importance of wine usage and they do not do that right. The others questions are awesome.
Liam Dawe 25 Jun
I agree I think we're long passed the point where the timing on Wine based questions make sense so they will be removed.

Edit: Wine/Steam Play questioning was removed. In future, we may look to introduce other questions about them but the previous questions didn't fit with the way this survey works and frankly they weren't even useful. Thanks for the feedback. This does streamline it a bit too for now :)


Last edited by Liam Dawe on 25 June 2020 at 12:10 pm UTC
TimeFreeze 25 Jun
I have a Suggestion: How about a Section for the Init you use? Like systemd,openrc, runinit, s6...
Eike 25 Jun
Quoting: Liam DaweI agree I think we're long passed the point where the timing on Wine based questions make sense so they will be removed.

Edit: Wine/Steam Play questioning was removed. In future, we may look to introduce other questions about them but the previous questions didn't fit with the way this survey works and frankly they weren't even useful. Thanks for the feedback. This does streamline it a bit too for now :)

Just was going to ask. I really think it's useful to have something WINE/Proton related! I don't care for the difference, though. Like, are you buying Windows only games to play on Linux? Regularly, seldom, only whitelisted Proton, never-ever.


Last edited by Eike on 25 June 2020 at 12:32 pm UTC
RTheren 25 Jun
Quoting: TimeFreezeI have a Suggestion: How about a Section for the Init you use? Like systemd,openrc, runinit, s6...

My guess would be 90% systemD, but I am curious about the others as well.
WorMzy 25 Jun
Quoting: TimeFreezeI have a Suggestion: How about a Section for the Init you use? Like systemd,openrc, runinit, s6...

How does that pertain to gaming? Unless there's a direct benefit to using one init over another in terms of e.g. gaming performance, I don't see why it'd be a useful metric to track here.
Liam Dawe 25 Jun
Quoting: WorMzy
Quoting: TimeFreezeI have a Suggestion: How about a Section for the Init you use? Like systemd,openrc, runinit, s6...

How does that pertain to gaming? Unless there's a direct benefit to using one init over another in terms of e.g. gaming performance, I don't see why it'd be a useful metric to track here.
Yeah, honestly that sounds like a fluff detail we don't really need.
axredneck 25 Jun
"Session type" graph has not very good colors: link
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