Steam Greenlight; a great idea (as I see it) right from the beginning, (even when it was just boobs and mods) has already gone through a few changes. What are you all doing with it now that it's off and running? ignoring it completely? Voting every day?
The way I see it it's a pretty cool way of opening up the process to the community and I tend to vote on a couple of complete queues a week. When they changed the language of the question a while back from "Do you think this game deserves to be on steam?" Yes/No to "Would you buy this game if it were available in Steam?" Yes/No I took it literally and started voting down far more games than I had before. Once that perspective change had happened I started to take into account things like my genre preference and how much the story/art appealed to me specifically rather than objectively looking at a games quality.
I can't help but feel a little scroogey when I vote down a game that despite looking like it deserves to be on Steam; i would never buy. Though I figure in the long run if enough people are voting the cream will rise, so for now I'm sticking to my guns. For those of you that participate in Greenlight; how do you look at it?