This is the 5th thread about Freetrack and I hope it's definitive.
There's a petition opened for those who wants Freetrack implemented in ArmA2, in case of this poll thread getting closed, again.
Here's the link: http://www.petitiononline.com/arma2pet/petition.html
So, you can vote here at this poll, but, primarily, vote at the Petition, that is safe from being closed. It takes only 10 seconds to get it done!
You can choose your e-mail not to being displayed at the petition's signature, so you don't have to worry about your privacy.
About this new poll, contribute for this only voting, but do not argue. We already got 4 closed threads because of ungrounded accusations of possibly contracts and agreements. This arguments are going to lead us anywhere but getting threads closed. Our argument is already the petition that is already online! So, sign it!
Before finishing this post, I would like to say something: I got infracted for opening the last poll thread (link: http://forums.bistudio.com/showthread.php?t=76698). The reasons are not clear for me, since I sent two private messages to Placebo (the forum moderator): the first one before opening the poll thread and the second after getting the poll thread closed and get infracted.
As my answers were never replied back until today, I open this new thread, in order to disseminate the online petition and to say that I still disagree with this forum rule that strangles our right of expression, closing threads because of a few, instead of editing the unwanted posts.
The "reason" message I received for the infraction was:
“Starting a new thread for something which was clearly closed by a moderator for a reason is not acceptable”.
My question is: When are we going to be able to discuss this issue here. Never? So, tell us before closing one more thread, Placebo.
Fellas, I ask you emphatically not to argue at this thread. Let’s only vote and see if any of the programmers have something to say to us.
Thank you very much, Bohemia, Placebo and the game Team,
Edit: Oh, I was almost forgeting the Preamble:
As most of you already know, ArmA2 doesn't support any kind of head tracking device, but one that’s too expensive for the majority.
If you think that Bohemia Interactive should make ArmA2 head tracking FREE, for example, implementing the Freetrack SDK (which is already free) in their next patch, this is your video (it is always being updated with new info):
(It's better to see on youtube, in fullscreen: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cm7tuJzSz7A)
So, pay attention to the beginning and to the end of it.
See you head tracked!