We love your products. I use your products everywhere possible -- whether it be Chromebook, Chrome, the browser, Android (We have two Nexus Phones and Galaxy Tab 10.1), we are planning to buy Nexus 7 as soon as it is available to be shipped via APO. I use Google Apps, I ditched Skype for Google Chat, I ditched Facebook for Google +...the list is very long.
Not only I use your products and services, I also recommend it to my friends. At the same time I also defend you from the FUD spread by anti-Google or anti-Android lobby.
I have never been a fan of any company, or loved any company. But I can say, I love Google and I am a big fan of Google due to your pro-user, pro-freedom policies and respect and care for users.
I also happen to be a GNU/Linux user, because just as much you care about our freedom, I care about my freedom. I believe you are a heavy Linux users, you are one of the biggest supporters of open source, that's why you conduct GSoC every year, that is why most of your major products such as Android or Chrome are open source. That's why you open sourced WebRTC or VP8. Then why is there no Google Drive client for Linux? You announced Google Drive client for iOS as well as Chrome OS, but no client for Linux? What have we, the GNU/Linux users, done wrong that you are keeping us deprived of the awesome Google Drive?
Now, I know you know more about me than my wife does (as you know my search history, the YouTube videos I watched, the communication I have on Google+ and much more) so I trust that you do know how much I need Google Drive. I also know that you are aware how angry and disappointed I feel when I see you launching Google Drive for iOS, Mac and Windows but not for the platform I love and use; not for the platform that your empire is built on. Yes, I am talking about Linux. My question to you is, are you even thinking of announcing Google Drive for Linux? If you are not, then let me know so that I don't keep false hopes. If you are planning to announce Google Drive for Linux, tell me so that I can contiue to hang with that thread of hope.