As I'm sure many other people have noticed, this is an exciting time for Linux. Wayland is rapidly progressing. Open source video drivers are improving at a much quicker pace. Now, apparently Linux usage share among personal desktop computers is increasing. http://netmarketshare.com/operating-...=9&qpcustomb=0

I think I remember Bridgeman once saying that the resources that AMD intends to put into open source drivers will be somewhat proportional to usage share. Does this mean we can expect or at least hope for addditional resources pouring in? Even if not, the extra usage share may bring in new developers, bug testers, software, and market power. Does anyone have any thoughts or hopes?