Wow has it been a year already? A year ago today
Valve released the Linux version of Steam to everyone. Removing the beta tag on the client and having the first big Linux sale.
A lot has changed since then hasn't it? We have had SteamOS, Steam Machines, Steam Controllers and wow masses of games have pushed out Linux builds.
I still never thought I would see the day that we would have Steam on Linux. I thought we were lucky that Desura even looked our way with our small market-share.
We have a lot to look forward to this year with the expected arrival of masses more games from indies, big-name publishers and the raft of Kickstarters due to be completed this year.
I don't think Steam Machines with SteamOS are a do-or-die deal for Linux, I think Linux on its own will continue to be used by more and more people, the true reign of Microsoft is ending in my eyes especially as more developers look to Linux and OpenGL.
I am truly thankful for Valve's Linux push.
How do you feel after a whole year?