I feel as though I represent a fairly decent number of people when I thank Valve for the steps being taken to make Linux better as I use it as my primary OS.
Let's hope it works out. There are still some showstopper bugs like suspend not working and touchpad locking up.
Bumblebee was always a stopgap and a kludge - and a lot of credit is due for the enterprising bumblebee hackers.
Would hope so, but never get much a reply from Nvidia's Linux board: https://devtalk.nvidia.com/default/board/98/
As it stands was forced to modify the VBIOS in order to undervolt the card and finally get the GPU fan in laptop to shut up. Silence is golden.
If Nvida could fix Optimus for other OSes, there might be more Linux users/gamers.
Hopefully, this new openness will lead to better general support for Nvidia cards, as it is there are distros (Arch for instance, my favorite) where Nouveau and Nvidia proprietary driver cannot detect my GPU properly.