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No more TUX Mag :(

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I am sorry to inform our readers that Issue 20 of TUX was the last produced. While we have received an amazing amount of positive feedback about the magazine, the financial reality of the situation made it impossible for us to continue publishing TUX. Current revenues didn't cover current costs, much less allow us to expand the publication as we wished.

For those that had a paid subscription, you have been sent email with your options.

Thanks for your support.

Phil Hughes, Publisher
TUX Magazine

well...

I have wanted to start a community-based video magazine (please don't call it a podcast!) for linux for a long time, but that little voice in my head keeps telling me that I could never do better than Tux Magazine, I'm not smart enough, no one will care, blah blah blah.

I think it is time to move on this. I have a domain name already, now to find hosting.

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