LINUX JOURNAL IS NO MORE
1 Linux Journal is no more
[Linux Journal just announced its November issue would be its
last]. Just like the CUJ, SysAdmin and Dr. Dobbs before it, and after
a very respectable run that lasted 23 years, Linux Journal just could
not secure enough advertising to survive and finally met the same fate
as the others. It's a big loss for the open source world, as Linux
Journal was there when the audience of what we now call FLOSS started
to reach beyond the tightly-knit hackers circles and was instrumental
in raising the profile of this culture.
In a final and nice gesture, the publication now proposes its
[complete archive in a downloadable HTML archive] for just under $12,
or free for current subscribers. Don't miss this opportunity to
capture a bit of history before it's gone for good.
[Linux Journal just announced its November issue would be its last]
[complete archive in a downloadable HTML archive]