"The idea is that simple: if people want to know about
Linux--how to use it, where to get it, what applications to run on
it, which hardware runs with it--then we want to have that
information on Linux.com. Until now, Linux.com has been the host of
a great news and features site, but we're planning to step beyond
that and offer up-to-date tutorials, documentation, and features
for every part of the Linux ecosphere.
"This distinction should be made clear: Linux.com will no longer
be a "traditional" online media outlet. While we may offer our take
on major news events from time to time, the main goal of the site
will be providing information for all Linux users. Someone who
wants to write a quick howto on how to get Skype running on a
particular distro might not get the chance on a media site. But on
Linux.com, we want it, because that's what our readers will
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