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2019 Editorial Calendar

Month Themes
January

Alternatives: Open source vs. proprietary

Personal stories: Open source / Linux experiences, tips, and more

February

Command line: Tools, tutorials, and tips for Linux

Programming: Go, TensorFlow, Perl, JavaScript, MySQL, Rust, and more

March Hardware: Tutorials for the Raspberry Pi, Arduino, and more
April

Automation: Ansible, Bash, Perl, and others

Tools: Tell us what it's for, how it works, and where to learn more

May

Data science: Python, and more

Python: Tutorials, tips, tools

June

IoT: Home automation projects, and more

Personal stories: Open source / Linux experiences, tips, and more

July

Systems administration: Sysadmin tools, tips, and more

August

Java: Tutorials, tips, tools

Machine learning / AI: How to get started with a tool

September

Linux: Getting started with a Linux command or distro

Programming: Go, TensorFlow, Perl, JavaScript, MySQL, Rust, and more

October

DevOps: Tools and lessons learned

Tools: Tell us what it's for, how it works, and where to learn more

November

Multimedia: Music, audio, video, editing, 3D rendering, and more

Networking: Tutorials, introductions, and recommendations

December

Linux: Getting started with a Linux command or distro

Data science: Python, and more

 

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Columnists

Multimedia Makers

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

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.