The neglected Linux.com domain
is about to get a facelift courtesy of the Linux Foundation, which said Tuesday it will take over the site and jazz up its content.
SourceForge, which previously maintained Linux.com, stopped publishing original content to it in January. The Linux Foundation will now provide that content, as well as host the site and provide general oversight. SourceForge will continue to sell Linux.com's advertising.
The Linux Foundation, based in San Francisco, is a nonprofit organization that aims to promote the use of Linux. SourceForge, based in Mountain View, California, oversees and hosts a group of community-driven Web sites, including user-generate
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