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2018 Editorial Calendar

Month Themes
January

Automation with Ansible, Bash, Perl, etc.

Career advice for open source-related jobs

February

Home automation / IoT: Raspberry Pi, Arduino, and other open hardware

March

Projects and tips using Raspberry Pi, Arduino, and more in open hardware

April

Git tips and uses

Linux how-tos and tutorials

May

OpenStack, Kubernetes, and DevOps how-tos and tutorials

June

Programming how-tos and tutorials:

Golang, Ansible, Kubernetes, TensorFlow, Perl, Python, JavaScript, MySQL, PostgreSQL, Rust, etc.

July

Sysadmin tools tutorials and tips

Bug tracking / issue tracking, and other developer pain points

August

Productivity tools and tips

Getting started with X (Git, Python, Raspberry Pi, Kubernetes, TensorFlow, etc.)

September

Open source alternatives to X (Skype, Photoshop, Youtube, etc.)

October

How to do X with desktop Linux

Machine Learning and AI

November

Programming how-tos and tutorials:

Golang, Ansible, Kubernetes, TensorFlow, Perl, Python, JavaScript, MySQL, PostgreSQL, Rust, etc.

December

Big data (science, automation)

Home automation / IoT: Raspberry Pi, Arduino, and other open hardware

 

Community Columns

My Open Source Story

Do you have an open source story to share? Tell us about your favorite open source tool, your involvement in an open source project, or how your organization uses open source solutions.

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My Linux Story

A community column with stories about how people got started on their Linux journeys.

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Doc Dish

A column dedicated to documentation, including best practices, case studies, open source projects that need documentation contributions, events, tools, and tips.

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Columnists

Multimedia Makers

Every month Seth Kenlon, in partnership with slackermedia.info and gnuworldorder.info, shares tutorials and tips on creating multimedia with Linux and its vast creative toolkit.

Nooks and Crannies

D. Ruth Holloway's Nooks and Crannies column explores open source projects that you might not have heard of.

Open Art

Jason van Gumster keeps us up-to-date on the latest open source tools and tricks for creating art.

Open Music

Chris Hermansen shares ideas on how to enjoy music in an open environment, how to tinker with music using open source tools, and much more.

Opening Up Education

Don Watkins examines how educators and students can utilize Linux, open source hardware and software, and open educational resources in the classroom.

The Queue

Welcome to our Q&A with LinuxQuestions.org founder Jeremy Garcia. Submit your question.

Raspberry Pi

Ben Nuttall, community manager for the Raspberry Pi Foundation, shares news and stories from the world of tiny computing.

Six Degrees

Every month Jono Bacon, leading community manager, shares thoughts and perspectives on the culture, communities, and trends in open source.