I can understand that they want only ubuntu users for now (looking at the driver choices), but they specifically tell that they want the test to be performed on different hardware. How am I supposed to know which one of the 4 machines I have (and can easily dual boot to Ubuntu just for Steam testing) are least common?! What has my day-to-day choice of DE to Steam gaming? Isn't the whole point of testing to do it on at least few DEs or raw window managers? Same with drivers, if I'm going to be testing, I'd test both the OSS and closed source drivers for the GPU...
Guys, don't forget that the linux world is new for Valve. They may expect linux users to be like windows users, hence the bad survey. So our job now is to show them that we are different just like the OS we choose.
I recommend that you guys don't fill out the survey. Especially the mentally ill necro-lover. Do us all a favor and don't get anywhere near Steam and its games.
That way there's more of a chance for us non-whiners to get selected.
Exactly. Something good comes to Linux and people have nothing better do to than to be butthurt crybabys whining about a stupid survey.
*mimimimimi* I have multiple systems! *mimimi* Where is Slackware? *mimimimimi* I'm a distro developer and therfore more important *mimimi* What about hybrid graphics *mimimi* I have SLI let me specify this *mimimimi* Years of use is not a good measurement of how much of an expert you are *mimimimi*
For fucks sake...
Last edited by blackout23; 10-27-2012 at 11:16 AM.