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Linux Gazette

The Linux Gazette is a monthly Linux webzine, which is a part of the Linux Documentation Project, and published by Linux Journal. It is a sister webzine of Linux Focus. It was started in 1995 by John M. Fisk, and is covered by the Open Publication License

One way the Linux Gazette differs from other, similar, webzines (and magazines) is The Answer Gang. As well as providing a regular page devoted to questions and answers, questions to The Answer Gang are answered on a mailing list, and the subsequent conversations are edited and published as conversations.

With its motto, "Making Linux just a little more fun", the magazine have always had a finger on the pulse of Linux's open, collaborating and sharing culture.

See also: Computer magazine

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