A Special Linux Delivery At Valve Software
Written by Michael Larabel in Linux Gaming on 28 April 2012. Page 4 of 4. 40 Comments

Thanks to having an Intel Open-Source Technology Center bag on me, it was easy and covert carrying of a beer stash into Valve...

No photos inside Valve past this point on Friday's visit... Secret meetings? A Steam Linux hardware console? Half Life 3? Team Fortress 2 Bavarian outfits? Gabe running around in a penguin costume while praising the words of Richard Stallman? Or for the Valve Linux doubters out there, maybe Steve Ballmer was really back there in the cabal shouting "*WINDOWS* DEVELOPERS! WINDOWS DEVELOPERS! WINDOWS DEVELOPERS!" as his revised "monkey dance" fueled by Phoronix-Bavarian lavations after learning Gabe really isn't attracted to Windows 8?

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