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Open for business

Happy New Year! We already have over 2,000 subscribers thanks to the Indiegogo campaign, but we’re just getting started. We’ve opened a new online Linux Voice shop where you can buy print or digital subscriptions – the first issue is planned for February. Click here to find out more, and thanks again for supporting us. If you have any questions, just drop us a line in the comments!

10 thoughts on “Open for business

  1. Do we have to do anything to get our print subscriptions sorted out? Or is it all taken care of, I haven't heard anything.


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    1. Hi Mark! If you ordered your subscription via Indiegogo and gave your full address, then it's all fine — you'll get your first issue in February (the planned launch date). If you have any queries, send your details to me at mike@linuxvoice.com


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  2. Hi Mike,
    I ordered a print (?) subscription via Indiegogo but I don't recall entering my full address.
    Pete


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  3. Hi, I've seen a few posts asking for ideas to put into the mag over the next millennium. Where would be a good place to collect these thoughts. Break them into beginner moderate and advanced.
    Having just startedwith Linux but with years of MS software experience (point and click) I find Linux to be like a giant tool box to build things with but I struggle with even the most basic things like adding a USB modem.
    Cheers from sunny and hot Sydney Australia.


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  4. Secret Hamster

    Well due to a slight whoops and other life happenings, I missed out on the Indiegogo campaign. I was hoping to time it right to be the person that took you over the £90,000 mark, I was also hoping I’d actually been paid at that point.
    However, I have money in the bank and it’s my birthday tomorrow, so the first thing I’ll be doing with my spondoolies is subscribing to digital format of Linux Voice.

    I have to admit I thought £90,000 was going to be a hard push, but you flew past it. Well done to the team


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  5. I know you folks plan to put money back into the Free Software community what about giving a prize each year rewarding someone who has done something for this community.
    Pete


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  6. That's great news,

    I've been waiting to sign up for a subscription. Unfortunately I can only afford the digit subscription at the moment (I'm a poor stundent). I would have preferred to get the international hard copy subscription but it's a bit to expensive – Britsh Pound to Australian Dollar conversion. Any chance it will come down in price later?

    Kind regards,

    Al


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  7. Sorry that last post was incomprehensible:

    That's great news,

    I've been waiting to sign up for a subscription. Unfortunately I can only afford the digit subscription at the moment (I'm a poor stundent). I would have preferred to get the international hard copy subscription but is a bit to expensive – Britsh Pound to Australian Dollar conversion. Any chance it will come down in price later?

    Kind regards,

    Al


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