Obviously, this isn't confirmation of anything. However, with Linux becoming a more and more attractive platform for developers to look at, there may be hope that THQ and other companies will re-evaluate future releases and potentially include support for that operating system.
It would be another pathway towards financial liberation for the company, which found that a lot of fans wanted the recent Humble THQ Bundle but were put off by it being for Windows only.
It should also be noted that Amazon.com has their own bundle of THQ titles up for sale. For just $7.49 (USD), you can purchase a bundle of THQ titles that can be redeemed through Steam. This bundle includes Homefront, STALKER: Shadow of Chernobyl, Red Faction Guerrilla, Red Faction: Armageddon, Warhammer 40K: Space Marine, and Metro 2033. Feel free to check out the Tantalizing THQ Medley bundle at Amazon.