If your running a debian\ubuntu system, it's probably as simple as sudo apt-get install freedoom
I don't think you need a special PPA
I gather it runs on Windows, but I don't know much about that.
According to the Guardian article you linked, and that I have up there, it was a publicity stunt. You went to an awful lot of trouble to form such a long impassioned rebuttal over such a simple thing that I find it almost disturbing. Amazon is speeding up their service by building micro-warehouses all over the nation in an attempt to facilitate overnight service to all. This we know is a fact. But if you really believe their is a chance that drones are going to be dropping packages off at you doorstep in under 10 - 15 years, you neither understand the logistics and you are both delusional and naive. Set down the Adderal and the Code Red. Maybe light some incense and listen to some Tibetan singing bowls or something.
from the article
Bezos' neat trick has knocked several real stories about Amazon out of the way. Last week's Panorama investigation into Amazon's working and hiring practices, suggesting that the site's employees had an increased risk of mental illness, is the latest in a long line of pieces about the company's working conditions – zero-hour contracts, short breaks, and employees' every move tracked by internal systems. Amazon's drone debacle also moved discussion of its tax bill – another long-running controversy, sparked by the Guardian's revelation last year that the company had UK sales of £7bn but paid no UK corporation tax – to the margins.
This most likely had more to do with the announcement. I can't believe you got modded up...
Perhaps this is just another example of the more we learn about science and the universe, the less we know and understand. Funny how it works that way.
It sounds like you are neither daring nor confident while lacking a sense of adventure. Enjoy your comfort zone.
More to the point of your question: If you are leading off with telecommuting as a requirement, that's going to get your resume tossed more frequently than not. If you are not applying for a job that explicitly states telecommuting as a requirement, leave it off of your resume - you need to start getting your foot in through some doors - start getting interviews and ask about telecommuting then. Just as a tip, I suggest re-writing your entire resume in a fashion tailored to each individual position and company - just don't get them mixed up.
I want you to die a painful death
I don't know. But if he had left that one sentence out of his treatise\tirade, his argument would have been more convincing to opponents... perhaps. This is an emotional subject, but the discussion needs to be level-headed and practical.