Petition to Apple
Approve the Steam Link App for iOS
Valve says Apple has denied approval for the iOS version of its Steam Link app—which allows users to stream PC games from a computer on the same home network—after Apple initially approved the app earlier this month. On Monday, May 7, Apple approved the Steam Link app for release," Valve said in a statement sent to Arstechnica.com. "On Wednesday, May 9, Valve released news of the app. The following morning, Apple revoked its approval citing business conflicts with app guidelines that had allegedly not been realized by the original review team." Valve says it appealed that decision on the basis that "the Steam Link app simply functions as a LAN-based remote desktop similar to numerous remote desktop applications already available on the App Store." That includes an official Windows Remote Desktop app from Microsoft, third-party apps from LogMeIn and GoToMyPC, and many more. There are even streaming apps for iOS which use Nvidia's GameStream technology to remotely play titles running on a PC, just like the Steam Link app. Despite that, "Ultimately, that appeal was denied, leaving the Steam Link app for iOS blocked from release," Valve says. "The team here spent many hours on this project and the approval process, so we're clearly disappointed. But we hope Apple will reconsider in the future." While the Steam Link app doesn't have any built-in functionality allowing for direct game purchases, users can easily buy and download Steam games to the connected PC through the Big Picture mode interface while connected through the app. It's plausible this functionality ran afoul of Apple's guidelines, which require a 30-percent revenue share for any "in-app purchases." -- original article https://arstechnica.com/gaming/2018/05/valve-apple-wont-let-the-steam-link-app-on-the-ios/ --this would be an incredible feature to have for your mobile devices and even on the Apple TV! No need to spend money on a Steam Link device. As a customer of Apple please sign this petition in effort to change their mind on the decision.
Petition to SEGA, Crypton Future Media
Consider Porting games in the Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Series to PC
Because games in the Project Diva series would definitely benefit from a larger player base on the PC, 60FPS or Uncapped FPS Gameplay (Opposed to the locked 30FPS on the Vita, PSP, and PS3 Games), and not being held ransom as a third party exclusive.プロジェクトディーヴァシリーズのゲームは間違いなくPC上でより大きなプレイヤーベースの恩恵を受けるので、60FPSまたはキャップされていないFPSゲームプレイ（ロックヴィータ、PSPで30FPS、およびPS3ゲームに対向する面）、および第三者として身代金を開催されていません排他的。
Petition to Steam, GabeN, Valve
Steam: Make servers in the Middle East
Please make servers in the Middle East countries we are being forced to play with Russians and European people, people even think im russian when i say cyka blyat cause i perfected the accent lol, anyway my ping is always 140+ with one of the best ISPs in my country so please add some servers to Saudi Arabia, both for csgo and the downloading server.
Petition to Steam
Steam refund policy
''The updated policy states that "Valve will, upon request via help.steampowered.com, issue a refund for any reason, if the request is made within fourteen days of purchase, and the title has been played for less than two hours...'' We, members of Steam, would like to see this number incease to 7 or 8. 2 hours is nothing to see if a game is fun or not.
Petition to Boss Key Productions, Nexon America Inc.
Lawbreakers is a GREAT game, unfourtunately it’s servers are being shut down on 14th September 2018. This is happening because the game failed to maintain it’s player base and could not gain anymore players due to being overpriced at 29.99. Lawbreakers is now FREE TO PLAY, I want YOU gamers to try out this game and leave a review of your own so the company can rethink their decision and keep the servers up and running. Spread the word: #SaveLawBreakers
Petition to Valve Corporation, PayPal
Do Not Remove HuniePop and Other Sexual Content Games from Steam
On May 17th the developers of HuniePop, Mutiny!!, Karmasutra, and many other games were sent messages from Valve that they must censor the nudity and sexual content in their games or they will be removed from the Steam store in two weeks time. These are games Valve approved and many have been sold on Steam for years without any complaints from Valve. This is an unacceptable attack on free expression and free enterprise. These developers are small and cannot afford legal teams to fight for their rights. Only public pressure can force Valve to back down and reverse this discriminatory new policy that was given to developers without explanation or warning. All of them are still waiting for clarification from Valve. We demand Valve explain this decision and respect their customer's rights to buy the games we want and decide for ourselves what content we want in a game.