Linux Journal Ceases Publication: An Awkward Goodbye

Final Letter from the Editor The Awkward Goodbye.

Have you ever met up with a friend at a restaurant for dinner then after dinner you both step out to the street and say a proper goodbye only when you leave you find out that you both are walking in the same direction So now you get to walk together awkwardly until the true point where you part and then youhave another second goodbye that8217s much more awkward.

That8217s basically this post.

So it was almost two years ago that I first said goodbye to Linux Journal and the Linux Journal community in my post 8220So Long and Thanks for All the Bash8221. That post was a proper goodbye. For starters it had a catchy title with a pun. The post itself had all the elements of a proper goodbye part retrospective part 8220Thank You8221 to the Linux Journal team and the community and OK yes it was also part rant. I recommend you read or re-read that post because it captures my feelings about losing Linux Journal way better than I can muster here on our awkward second goodbye.

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