Most Debian application packages depend on other packages, containing libraries or other utilities. When the application package is removed, the dependencies will still linger on the system. Debfoster can detect such "orphaned" dependencies and will clean them up. It can be used as a front-end to apt or standalone.
omega is a complex rogue-style game of dungeon exploration. Unlike other such games, there are a number of ways to "win", depending on various actions taken during play. The ways you can get your name on the hiscore board include becoming the highest ranked head of a guild, sect, college, etc., as well as gaining the most points figured from possessions and experience. The game (via the oracle) may impose some structure on your exploration, but you need not follow all of the oracle's advice. There *is* a "total winner" status, by the way.
mpg123 author contacted?
> % Maybe I'm missing something, but
> what is
> % the point
> % of making a mpg123 replacement?
> mpg123 is non-free.
From the mpg123 source, COPYING file:
Maybe I change the policy to GPL in the future ...
But at the moment this is the policy:
Is the author of mpg123 willing of changing the mpg123 license? If so I think it would be wiser to coerce him to do so and combine the efforts, maybe porting some of the mpg123 decoding routines into the smpeg library would also be nice.
Re: What's the difference to deborphan?
> As the subject says.
It's an improved deborphan, which can handle more dependencies than just libraries. Just try it out to see the difference!