“Linux Voice is an independent GNU/Linux and Free Software magazine from the most experienced journalists in the business. It’s different in three key ways:
- 50% of our profits go back to the Free Software community, developers and events
- Our content is freely licensed (CC-BY-SA) after nine months, for the community to share
- We are making this magazine for Linux users, and not to satisfy shareholders or middle managers” (source)
What’s so cool about it? Every issues is released for free after 9 months! I created a gist for the freely available issues: https://gist.github.com/jabbalaci/5820d1843e0e4317e37d. If I don’t forget about it, I will try to keep it updated. The latest issue (issue #5) just came out yesterday, April 9.
Gimp Magazine is out! Check it!
I read about it @hup (in Hungarian).
“PostgresQL Magazine is the first non-profit print media created by and for the Postgres community.”
I read about it here (in Hungarian).
“Whether you’ve just discovered Linux, or you’re a full-time guru, Linux Format has everything you need to make the most of your OS. Published monthly and sold around the world, the leading UK Linux magazine highlights the latest developments in the world of open source, examines new software and book releases, and shows you how to go further with our hands-on tutorials.”
I bought some issues of this magazine and it’s really nice. Lots of useful tips, articles, tutorials. If you are a Linux fan, give it a try.
If you live in Montreal (Quebec, Canada), you can buy this magazine in the city, no need to order it from the UK. At the “Maison de la Presse Internationale” they sell it, it costs around 24 CAD. There is a shop at 550 St-Catherine East (metro Berri-UQAM). For a more detailed list of addresses refer to this page.