Editor's Note: Season's Greetings and a Word on the Linux Today Holiday ScheduleDec 21, 2001, 12:53 (20 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Michael Hall)
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With the holidays upon us, I'd like to take a few paragraphs to wish everyone a pleasant season and note that Linux Today will be going on vacation (for the most part) until January 2.
Beginning Monday and going through January 2, we'll be checking our inboxes for the usual important announcements and critical news items, but LinuxToday will be slowing down quite a bit. We'll still post whatever talkbacks readers care to contribute and we'll make sure security and kernel updates are handled in a reasonably prompt manner, but we'll be posting fewer general interest items.
It has been a really challenging year here, and there's no denying that a break in the tempo for a few days will be welcome. At the same time, I can't help but look forward to starting back up again in January. When I first joined Linux Today over 18 months ago, I thought it was an honor and privilege to be part of the site. Today, I'm just as proud and just as pleased to be working on it.
The real flavor of Linux Today doesn't come from the articles we post, though, as much as it does our thoughtful and articulate readers, and everyone who takes the time to contribute the news and stories they find around the Web.
I hope you all have a wonderful holiday season, and I look forward to seeing you all around the site in 2002.
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