Better idea, do not support non-native solutions at all <.=.<
Sure, I've nothing against you buying native Linux games. :3 (or rather non-Windows ones; not that I would have anything against you buying Windows games either)
I was talking about their advertising that may violate consumer protection laws in some jurisdictions.Quote:
Thing is that they have not broken any laws. The fork of wine that they sprouted from is from a MIT-license.
People said the same thing about the K-Mart boycott, they went into chapter 11 bankruptcy because of it. A boycott that successfully convinced paying members to stop paying for Cedega and move to wine or CxGames would hurt their business.Quote:
With the Cider deals that they are signing it's very unlikely that a boycott of Cedega would have any appreciable damage to TransGaming.
@nanonyme - That is boycotting Cedega.
Would you care to give an example of how their advertising violates any potential consumer laws? If anything they are very forward and up front with their products capabilities.
Even say if you did find such an example in local jurisdiction cases violations are usually met with a full refund of the product to the users that fall in that jurisdiction. Even in extreme cases such as data loss the settlement is more then likely going to result in a extended length of service to those effected customers such as Intuit and Apple's cases of data loss with Quickbooks and Apple's .Me service.
K-Mart died because of crooked ownership and their inability to modernize their company. They were broke well ahead of any boycott.
well, once upon a time wine was bsd licenced. Transgaming forked and never contributed back, so it was changed to lgpl.
Result: todays wine is much better than Transgamings old fork.