I work with free and open source software for my day job, but I'm not really a programmer. However, I do really enjoy hobby coding. About a decade ago I wrote a game that appeared on a CNN (!) list of top Linux games of 2000 (or 2001? I forget. It doesn't seem to be online anymore), the point of which is not that my game is awesome (it's kind of catchy but the code is embarrassing and could use a lot of work) but that wow, Linux gaming sure was in a sad state back them.
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