LPI Launches FOSSlife Website

Jun 01, 2020

Linux Professional Institute launches FOSSlife, a website for the FOSS community.

Linux Professional Institute (LPI) has launched FOSSlife, a website for those “who care about the FOSS community and want to follow the trends, tools, projects, programs, and people who define the FOSS experience.”

According to the announcement, the new website will offer recent news and articles on FOSS technology and advocacy. FOSSlife is intended to be a destination and resource for experts as well as those just starting out on their open source journey.

“It is our mission to promote the use of free and open source by elevating the people who work with it. FOSSlife fits perfectly into this mission, as it helps us share, bundle, and disseminate knowledge about free and open source software and inspire people who are searching for their own approach in gaining this expertise,” said G. Matthew Rice, Executive Director of the Linux Professional Institute.

You can check out the new site at fosslife.org.

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