I just discovered the post yesterday, which prompted me to finally update the page in GOL Wiki
with all the info found here! I basically reworded everything to unify the wording and add few bits when appropriate, but I also gave credit where due. I also updated the external links sections.
I plan on remaking the table next and include the loose tests from Seegras Logbook
in it as well as add the games from this post/gogmix with appropriate time tested, version, credit and link to the files so they can all be aggregated in one page. Instead of using the current format of the table, I thought of using basis from Performance impact of Mesa glthread - GamingOnLinux.com Linux Games Wiki
, which also includes tester name.
I think it might be good idea to include the list of executables from the google docs spreadsheet too in that page, actually!
I originally chose GOL wiki, since it seems the best place to include those, but another great place who also references the portings page about gaming on Linux
– though I think dumping a list and/or detailed guide there wouldn't fit.
EDIT: Forgot to mention, that they also list Unity version, albeit hidden in comments that I also mentioned in the article, so you may as well contribute them there!
There's also the Wikipedia with great Linux gaming
article and various Linux-related lists, some of which I contribue to, but again, I don't think it'd be good place for this list. Similar to Arch Wiki, probably the most advanced wiki not only Arch user use that have sections such as Steam/Game-specific troubleshooting
. but again I don't think the list belong there.
There's also great The Linux_Gaming Wiki
, though even being an active Redditor I prefer MediaWiki for editing rather than reddit wikis, plus while great to have, Riddit's wiki tend to not get as much attention in comparison to actual Reddit's posts. Although, feel free to mirror the guide there if you want to! Just keep in mind that having rights to edit Reddit's wiki require getting rights from the admins (I don't have them, but maybe I'll ask for them someday).
Also, in GOL Wiki due to heavy problems with bots, the registrations was disabled and captcha is asked for ever edit that includes link, so unless you had account there already you have to ask Liam, either on IRC, Riot/Matrix, Telegram, Discord or forums and I'm sure he'll make one for you :).
Other than that, the wiki lacks some templates (such as references), but I feel it's the best way to contribute together for the time being :). It also hosts other useful threads you can contribute to such as before-mentioned Performance impact of Mesa glthread
which results are actually used in improving the open source driver gaming performance, Games broken on Mesa
and the side project that originated in GOGWiki
and my Steam side project out of it
that probably needs me updating it and other contributions.
Speaking of GOGWiki, I won't mind it being mirrored there, though keep in mind I don't have an account there (yet) and it also suffers from lack of activity for some Linux-related pages :).