10 Years

Editorial: Anniversary Issue

Article from Issue 120/2010

If you are one to notice the issue numbers that appear next to our name on the spine – or above the barcode on the front cover – you will quickly ascertain that this particular issue has avery significant number for a monthly mag. 120 issues? That means ten years of Linux Magazine.

We are well aware that the theatricality of such moments is often overplayed. After all, no one on our team has actually been here since the first issue. Still, the chance to reflect is always healthy. Our first issue rolled off the printer in October 2000, which doesn’t seem so long ago for many of us who remember what we were doing back then, but in the Linux frame of reference, ten years is a very long time.

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