If you haven’t dropped by Linux.com recently you will be in for a surprise. The site has a new look and is loaded with hot Linux information. Besides news, community and a distribution center, they also host a learning center. The new look is sure to attract more visitors to the site now that the site have been made easier to navigate.
The folks at Linux.com describe their site as:
For the community, by the community, Linux.com strives to be the central source for informed, reasonable, and intelligent Linux information, software, documentation and answers across the server, desktop/netbook, mobile, and embedded areas.
The “By Community” phrase in this description is very genuine: we want Linux.com users to feel as if they can contribute to the site from day one. This means more than just commenting on articles and other content (though we welcome that, too)–it means making connections with others, suggesting new content, helping us bring in or link to existing content, and joining the community as a Linux.com blogger.
To get started, click Login to use or Register to get your Linux.com account. You will land on your Profile page in the Community section. From the Profile page, you can start your participation.
So whether you are a novice, intermediate or advanced Linux user, there is something for everyone at Linux.com. Join in and participate in the Linux community.