The past year has been full of challenges and opportunities for many of us. As we reflect, it’s important to acknowledge the moments that have brought us joy, growth, and learning. One year ago, linuxcommunity.io was launched as an online forum for Linux and technology industry experts. Today, we celebrate its first year anniversary and look back at the success and growth that it has achieved.
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Looking Back: Highlights from the Past Year
Over the past year, the forum has been a place where Linux and technology experts can connect, share knowledge, and solve problems together. With over 200,000 page views, 4,000+ posts, and 300+ topics, the forum has established itself as a valuable resource for people who are passionate about technology.
I want to express my gratitude to everyone who has participated in the forums. We appreciate the contributions of the 1,206 users who have registered as community members of the forum. Your questions, answers, and discussions have helped to create a dynamic community of like-minded individuals who are always willing to lend a helping hand.
We also want to highlight and congratulate some of our most active members. Mat, who has read the highest number of topics (215), Tim Mcconnell for the most topics created (9), Ben for the most topic replies (155), and Unixdude for the most days visited (127). Your contributions have been invaluable in helping to make the forum a success.
Finally, we want to congratulate the winners of the Firewalla Blue Plus devices, Ben, Mat, and Chascates; your contributions to the forum have not gone unnoticed, and we hope that this prize will be useful in your future endeavors.
Looking Forward: An Exciting Year Ahead!
We also have some exciting news. Later this year – the forum will feature additional exclusive offers from our sponsors and partners, which will be posted in our showcase forum.
Looking forward, we are excited to see the forum continue to grow and evolve. It continues to be a valuable resource for Linux and technology industry experts, and we look forward to seeing the contributions of its members in the coming year.
We would also like to give a special thank you to the companies, organizations, and individuals who participated in our showcase forum , namely:
- WebPC – Webpc: Personal cloud desktop in your browser.
- Pockit – Pockit: A card-sized modular computer.
- Obkio – Obkio’s Free Visual Traceroute Tool: Official Release!
- Seth Archer Brown – Computer Networks From Scratch: A Free In-progress Book.
- Solarwinds – Discover powerful SolarWinds solutions. 100% free. Check out our Free Tools!
- Paperd.ink – Why we built paperd.ink even after crowdfunding failed.
- Multi – Multy – deploy and switch to any cloud provider.
- Pinging.net – a new quick way to monitor your internet connection.
Your support and contributions have been invaluable in helping make our community a success. We look forward to even more showcases this year!
Why join our Linux & technology forums?
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Over the past year, the forum has been a place where Linux and technology experts can connect, share knowledge, and solve problems together.
Here’s a special invitation link to join us!
Once again, thank you to everyone who has participated in the forums over the past year. Here’s to another year of learning, sharing, and growing together!