I checked for games that can only be used if material is downloaded from
a third party site and removed the following from the games spin:
I have yet to recheck the space. If this saves a lot more space than I am
expecting, I'll test adding openarena back. (openarena will pull in the
quake3 engine, so it still wouldn't need to be in the ks file.)
The Games Spin was approved at today's Spin SIG meeting.
I plan to go through each listed game and make sure that they are playable.
I won't go through to the end, but they should at least be playable for
a little while without crashing or having other really bad stuff happening.
I plan to make some notes about each game as I tested to provide instructions
for QA. I still need to learn how to do create the test case pages.
If I run across games that only function if you first download data from
a third party web site, I'll most likely to drop them. If I make enough
space doing this (which seems unlikely), I'll add openarena back.
I am in the process of getting machines updated after the mass rebuild.
(This has been going slow because of skip broken not working when their
are a lot of packages messed up by a dependency problem or if there are
file conflicts.) And won't get to testing individual games until after
this has been completed, which won't be for a couple of days.