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Happy Holidays & Merry Christmas from GamingOnLinux

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Some of you might have noticed over December our little friendly Penguin logo gained a fancy hat to keep warm, it's that time of the year again.

Time for GamingOnLinux to slow right down to a crawl, so that I can get some personal time off too. So don't be alarmed if you see nothing or just very few here and there (outside of bigger stuff — if any) for a week+ or so, as we all deserve a little time off for the holidays right? Time to blow off some steam and get refreshed ready for another year of news and exciting developments for Linux, SteamOS, Steam Deck, gaming, industry news, open source and everything else that is covered here.

2022 has been quite a year hasn't it? This has probably been the most interesting and busiest year by every measure on record. Mostly thanks to all the work Valve is doing in Proton (and related projects), Steam Deck and SteamOS which benefits everyone trying to game on Linux. You can see my end of year article on the Steam Deck over here, and read about my GOTY here.

For GamingOnLinux, it's been a huge year too with the YouTube Channel hitting close to 30K followers now. I'm genuinely shocked at how that has just rocketed upwards in subscribers and continues at a nice pace. Be sure to also follow along on Mastodon, or for just the news without my extra spicy takes and glorious memes there's the main RSS feed (and every article tag also has a feed too!).

Just a reminder, that I would appreciate any and all support you can give and you can find out all the ways how on the Support Us page.

Happy Holidays, Merry Christmas and I hope you all have a wonderful New Year. Here's to a fun 2023! Now where did I put that Steam Deck…?

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Ehvis 23 Dec, 2022
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Have a good christmas holiday!
WorMzy 23 Dec, 2022
I say it every year, but I hope you have a wonderful well deserved break, Liam. Thanks for continuing to make this website the #1 source of news relating to gaming on Linux. Happy holidays, and see you in the new year!
Pengling 23 Dec, 2022
Happy Christmas Liam, Happy Christmas everybody! Here's to a gaming-filled Christmas and a Linuxy New Year!
tfk 23 Dec, 2022
Happy humbug everybody!
denyasis 23 Dec, 2022
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!!
jens 23 Dec, 2022
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Yeah same, wish you all some nice end-of-the-year days!
G0oDt1mez 23 Dec, 2022
Love the site! Best place for gaming news with a Linux twist. Everyone have a Happy Holiday!
Nezchan 23 Dec, 2022
Happy Merry Time to you and yours.
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Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays !!
ced117 23 Dec, 2022
Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays everyone
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