April 24, 2019

Changes in Linux, Changes in LinuxPlanet

  • October 31, 1999
  • By Kevin Reichard
Nothing stops changing in the Linux world, it seems. And that includes LinuxPlanet.

If you've been a regular reader of LinuxPlanet over the last few months, you've probably noticed more than a few changes. Whereas LinuxPlanet was once positioned solely as a resource for the Linux beginner, it's now a resource for all Linux users, ranging from eager-to-learn newcomers to experienced Linux veterans. Our focus will be getting the most out of your Linux installation, and to that end we'll focus on tutorials, product reviews, tips and the occasional profile of a mover and shaker in the Linux community.

We're not a hacker site; as Linux has matured past its humble roots and become a presence both in the general computer field and the corporate-computing sphere, any decent Linux coverage must chronicle that maturation. So we'll follow Linux in the corporate world as well--which you've already noticed with our overview of Linux and the blossoming application-server field.

If you have a comment or story idea, drop me a line at kreichard@internet.com. I'd love to hear from you.

Lastly, I'd like to personally and publicly thank James Andrews for making my life considerably simpler over the last month.


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