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Happy Birthday to GamingOnLinux - 14 years old today

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You may have noticed the website acting up a little lately, well that's because it's well into its teens now. Happy Birthday to GamingOnLinux, the tiny little site I thought no one would visit but here we are 14 years later. Now we see around a million visitors a month, and I still can't quite believe it.

From the early days of Loki and Linux Game Publishing to the launches of the Humble Indie Bundle, Steam for Linux, Proton and the Steam Deck — never a dull moment huh? A big big thank you to everyone who has supported all of this over the years.

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Who knows what the industry will look like in another 14 years. Will we have some sort of chip in our brains? Will Valve count to three finally? How about a new living room Steam Machine? Perhaps we will be on the Steam Deck 5 by then and everyone will be running Linux on their desktop. One can dream right?

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Thanks again for being here.

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I am the owner of GamingOnLinux. After discovering Linux back in the days of Mandrake in 2003, I constantly came back to check on the progress of Linux until Ubuntu appeared on the scene and it helped me to really love it. You can reach me easily by emailing GamingOnLinux directly.
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fabertawe Jul 5, 2023
Happy Birthday GOL How time flies!
Pengling Jul 5, 2023
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Many Happy Returns to GOL! You've got a site to really be proud of here, Liam - it's always a highlight of my day to check in.
StoneColdSpider Jul 5, 2023
w00t!!!!

Congrats GOL!!!.......

Without GOL..... The Weekend Players Club and the Dick Trickle Career would never have started!!!!......
Tchey Jul 5, 2023
Happy birthday

I was a bit late to the party, but i’m still here (actually i was reading before, just not registered).

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legluondunet Jul 5, 2023
Happy Bithday GOL, nice to have you in Linux universe.
Schattenspiegel Jul 5, 2023
Happy Birthday GOL! And to many more years of quality Linux related content and news! Cheers!
D1Ck3n Jul 5, 2023
Happy Birthday
Klaas Jul 5, 2023
Congratulations
dpanter Jul 5, 2023
Birthy Hapday!
Turkeysteaks Jul 5, 2023
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Happy Birthday GOL!

Been a reader of this site for many years before I made my account. Glad to see how much it has grown, especially with the deck! It's my go to site for checking out what's happening with gaming in general, and procrastinating work
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