The evolution of Linux.Ars

Linux.Ars has grown quite a bit since I originally came up with the idea many months ago. At that time, I roped Jorge into helping me with it as we discussed and planned future community involvement. When work got too busy for me to manage the weekly commitment, Jorge stepped up to the plate and knocked that ball out of the park. (No Proto, you are wrong. It was my baby. Jorge was just the nanny.

Since then, the community involvement has grown tremendously, even though Jorge has backed away from it recently. Hopefully we’ll both manage to contribute some content to it periodically. I’ve been working behind the scenes to establish a more permanent presence of Linux-related content on Ars Technica, which I hope will be hammered out during our next business meeting next weekend.

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