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It Starts Small...

Even launching something as big as, it's the little things that mean the most as the site enters its second full week of operation. Late last week, we received the first community contributed article on

The article was a well-done, brief tutorial on installing openSUSE 11.1 on a desktop system, from TGodfrey. It's simple, direct, and walks readers through the basic steps of openSUSE installation. In short, it was exactly the kind of tutorial wanted for There is method behind this constant state of article acquisitiveness; the more content built into, the better resource the site becomes for the community--both new and veteran users.

Of course, there is the question of how to get your article on Right now, the answer is simple: e-mail your submission to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Eventually, we will have a direct article submission form on the site, where you can enter and format your tutorial with minimum hassle. At that time, Guru points will rewarded for each published article. (Don't worry, early folks, we're keeping track of user-contributed articles, and we'll add your points retroactively.)

I've been asked what kind of tutorials are needed. Again, a simple answer: basically any aspect of Linux operation is wanted. The site has great content now, but there's plently of opportunity to provide help on topics such as installation, configuration, and troubleshooting for applications, environments, shells, development, and distributions. They don't have to be long treatises; they just need to be clear and factual guides to getting things done with Linux.

Which is something we're all interested in.


Moblin v2.0 Beta: Calling Developers to Work on the Next Big Thing

Today, the Moblin project released Moblin v2.0 for Netbooks and Nettops to beta. If you haven’t seen the innovation present in Moblin, I urge you to watch this video that showcases the Moblin v2.0 Netbook UI experience.
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Strange Bedfellows: The Linux Foundation and Microsoft

Today the Linux Foundation issued a joint letter with Microsoft to the American Law Institute regarding a draft of their Principles of the Law of Software Contracts.
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Defining a New Community

So far, the response to the new has been really positive and, save for a few glitches here and there, we've  been very happy with how the launch has gone thus far. As we transition from launch mode to operations mode, it's worth taking a little time to reflect on what we're going...
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The Search for the Ultimate Linux Guru Begins

I am pleased to announce the launch of the new, the fruition of many months of hard work from nearly everyone at the Linux Foundation, but especially Dan Lopez and Brian Proffitt. While I’m sure we still have much work to do, I think the site has turned out very well.
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