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Linux Journal is Back

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As of today, Linux Journal is back, and operating under the ownership of Slashdot Media.

As Linux enthusiasts and long-time fans of Linux Journal, we were disappointed to hear about Linux Journal closing it's doors last year. It took some time, but fortunately we were able to get a deal done that allows us to keep Linux Journal alive now and indefinitely. It's important that amazing resources like Linux Journal never disappear.

We will begin publishing digital content again as soon as we can. If you're a former Linux Journal contributor or a Linux enthusiast that would like to get involved, please contact us and let us know the capacity in which you'd like to contribute. We're looking for people to cover Linux news, create Linux guides, and moderate the community and comments. We'd also appreciate any other ideas or feedback you might have. Right now, we don't have any immediate plans to resurrect the subscription/issue model, and will be publishing exclusively on LinuxJournal.com free of charge. Our immediate goal is to familiarize ourself with the Linux Journal website and ensure it doesn't ever get shut down again.

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Linux Journal is back?

  • Linux Journal is back?

    What a surprise it was when I noticed on Twitter earlier this afternoon that “Linux Journal is back.” Before we get too excited, I need to make it known that this is not the same Linux Journal from before. The link to the full article can be found on the Linux Journal website.

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    I want to wish Slashdot Media all the best as they help to not only preserve what is there but also continue the tradition of bringing quality content to Linux and Open Source readers.

Linux Journal Is Again

  • Linux Journal Is Again

    On August 7, 2019, Linux Journal laid off all employees members and was left with no working funds to proceed in any capability. In the present day, the know-how journal introduced that they’ve secured a deal to maintain the positioning alive indefinitely beneath the possession of Slashdot Media. Linux Journal writes: We are going to start publishing digital content material once more as quickly as we will. Should you’re a former Linux Journal contributor or a Linux fanatic that want to get entangled, please contact us and tell us the capability by which you’d prefer to contribute. We’re in search of individuals to cowl Linux information, create Linux guides, and reasonable the group and feedback. We might additionally recognize every other concepts or suggestions you might need. Proper now, we haven’t any instant plans to resurrect the subscription/problem mannequin, and will likely be publishing completely on LinuxJournal.com freed from cost. Our instant aim is to familiarize ourself with the Linux Journal web site and guarantee it would not ever get shut down once more.

    We’re ecstatic to have the ability to take the helm at Linux Journal, and be sure that this legendary Linux useful resource and group not solely stays alive eternally, however continues to develop and enhance. Attain out if you would like to get entangled!

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