>>67254196>I do>lying on the internet>Everyone has to start somewhere
No! You don't have the obligation to know how to read code as an end user, not everyone is a lifeless autist dedicated to computing and they don't have to be>Code quality is a separate issue from freedom
Sure, and you said proprietary games are not good, which is something that implies the opposite, makes no sense and is based on nothing.
So if a closed sourced game is bad, and tomorrow the source code is released it becomes good? Do you know how stupid you sound? You don't evaluate if a program is good or not based on the fact if its proprietary or not, as you said, at best it is a separate "issue".>As long as they are the symbols of success in games then other companies will follow suit, enjoy your DRM
In GoG I can play propietary closed sourced games without DRM, because many of those games are good and I don't give a fuck about the code, it doesn't change the quality of the game.
I agree EA, Ubisoft, etc are the cancer of the industry, but the DRM plague and the closed vs opensource issues are completely separate matters.