Archive for January, 2010

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Hi. We’re back. Well, not back exactly. We’d just like to take a minute to introduce you to somebody. Somebody that’s important to us.

opensource.com

We promised we’d let you know when we had news–and now we do. Opensource.com is our new adventure. It’s still sponsored by Red Hat, and still shining a bright light on the open source stories we’ve always sought out.

At opensource.com, we’ll be doing some things a little differently than we used to. We won’t be addressing as many technical topics–but we do hope to address more topics more often. We welcome contributions in the areas of Business, Law, Education, Government, and Life. We welcome new (and old) contributors.

You can bookmark us, or add us to your RSS feed reader. Register with the site and you can post and track comments, give a bit of a biography, and network with other contributors.

Like it? Share it. Help us spread the word through identi.ca, facebook, or twitter.

And for those of you that were fond of our video contributions? Never fear. Our crack video team is fully involved.

So give it a click. Check out the articles. Sure, it’s not the same comfy digs you’d gotten used to, but pretty soon, it’ll feel just as homey. And that’s where we’ll be, for the next while.

Red Hat Magazine enjoyed a fantastic run. It’s launched careers, ideas, and helped publish–and promote–writers we dearly know and love. It gave us experience–and information–we can take to this newer, bigger venture. And now we’ve got a new venue–and a new name–to keep doing the kind of work we love. That kind of work and more.

One thing that has changed and–we think–for the better: It’s not just Red Hat’s magazine anymore. Opensource.com belongs to everyone. It’s a conversation-starter, a place for debate, and we hope you’ll come be a part of it.

And thank you. For subscribing, for contributing, and for reading–at RHM and beyond.