One of the best things about Linux is that people share what they learn. It’s a virtuous cycle of knowledge.
The Linux Foundation works to provide services, resources and forums in which sharing that knowledge and collaborating to advance technologies can hopefully be more easily achieved.
The 100 Video Linux Tutorials campaign is one way we’re hoping to facilitate that kind of knowledge transfer. We’ve invited the global community of Linux experts and enthusiasts to share what they’ve learned with others by posting short video tutorials about Linux. We’re hoping to rally a worldwide movement to reach 100 Linux video tutorials and we’re already more than 1/3 the way there!
Please join us in this effort and submit your video tutorial today. With your help maybe we can hit 50 Linux tutorials by LinuxCon North America or LinuxCon Europe. Who’s with me?
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