Forum topic: Free Drivers
whats the point of using free drivers if you still need an unfree and heavily closed gaming client to play it?
Forum topic: goblinhack "new release"
Good news! Could you tag the latest release on GitHub?
The WTFPL is absolutely an open-source license. Whether a license is open-source is determined by its compliance with the OSI definition - *not* through explicit inclusion in the approved licenses. The list of approved licenses exists purely to provide extra assurance.
Forum topic: Poor game
instead of raging around on sites, you could tell that the developers in a civilized manner.
For me, the game is running in singleplayer just fine, but multiplayer is laggy
Forum topic: 32BIT Only
calm down, its working on 64bit here just fine.
I just went ahead and changed it to open source [approval pending]. Source code is there, the WTFPL meets all 10 criteria of the Open Source Definition AND the 4 freedoms of the Free Software Definition.