Short bio: Computer Scientist, FOSS supporter (read more)
Tux Machines (TM)-specific
csmonitor.com: Valve announced today that Steam is now available for the open-source operating system Linux. To celebrate the release, Valve kicked off a week-long sale on 50 available Linux games.
pcauthority.com.au: Could Linux end up the default OS for gaming on the PC - it's more possible than you think...
techgage.com: Though still in beta, Valve’s Steam client for Linux is stable, fast, and from what we can tell, matches the feature-set of the Windows and OS X clients 1:1. That being the case, there felt like no better time than the present to dive in, give a tour and relay our experiences with both the client and a slew of games.
linux.com: Linux has not received much attention from the major gaming houses, even though it seems a natural fit as a robust gaming platform, so the announcement of the Steam for Linux beta last December generated a lot of interest.
worldofgnome.org: One of the most successful open source projects ever existed is about to release another major version, and as the release candidates were made available, I thought it would be a good time to take a look on what’s coming.
geek.com: In order for Steam to be a success on Linux it needs lots of games, and it needs games from all the major publishers going forward. But because this is Steam, Valve has a back catalog of games to call upon that everyone still wants to play. One of those games is Half-Life, and Valve has now made it available on Steam for Linux.
pcworld.com: So, you want to play games on your Linux machine. Oh, boy. Batten down the hatches, because we're about to show you how to do some real computing. You ever compiled something, kid?
worldofgnome.org: Cube was one of the very few FPS games available for linux many years ago. Although it had an active community around it, things didn’t go well and Cube was never seriously developed and updated. Things have now changed. Is it good enough?