Since the PC Gaming Alliance made itself known at the 2008 Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, people have all been curious what they've been up to. According to its official site, its mission is to promote the PC as a gaming platform and provide some form of leadership in an attempt to solve issues game developers and publishers face. It claims to be the "Authoritative Voice" when it comes to PC gaming. However, as of yet, we haven't really heard what it's doing.
To find out what's going on, IGN pitched a few questions over to Randy Stude, president of the PCGA and director of Intel's Gaming Program Office, and Roy Taylor, the PCGA's CTO as well as VP of content relations at Nvidia. The question and answer exchange took place via email.