I'm all for the choice and have no opposition to D3D in Linux. I have no concerns over it, be it legal (who cares about those things anyway? Arrrr) or from a philosophical point of view. I'm just among those who think that it won't really do anything beneficial for Linux as a desktop. Yeah, you may now be able to run your games and certain other applications; but how does that help Linux desktops as a whole? You may as well run Windows (the same argument I got against Wine).
No announcement yet.
For Those Interested In Direct3D Over Gallium3D