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Freedoom 0.7

January 27th, 2011 by Crusader

Version 0.7 of Freedoom, a project which replaces the commercial DOOM game’s media assets with openly-licensed replacements (thus making Freedoom a complete FOSS game) was released. Here be the changelog.

As an aside, that’s the first time I’ve ever used the acronym FOSS; do you like it? What’s your preferred nomenclature?

Download: [ nongnu.org ]

2 Responses to “Freedoom 0.7”

  1. Venn Says:

    Damn shame, was going to give them a go but IRC/forums being the only contact option. Really?

  2. piga Says:

    I personally use “free software” to describe anything that is free (as in freedom), and only use “open source” to describe projects that are developed openly (such as the Kernel instead of Android; both are free, but only one is really open source). That is, after all, the originally meanings of both terms as far as I am aware.

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