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The magazine started as a result of a successful Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign in late 2013, which raised over £100,000. The editorial staff of the magazine came entirely from the UK magazine, Linux Format. They resigned to pursue a different agenda in magazine/online publishing. Editorial Director Andrew Gregory claimed the magazine will return a portion of profits to "the community that we serve".
The magazine shares 50% of its yearly profits with reader voted FOSS projects. The profits are split between 'software' and 'projects and distros' with the top 3 winners in each category receiving a part of the total funds.
In addition to the magazine, the team produces a fortnightly podcast covering Linux and wider Free Software issues.
- "Announcing Linux Voice". indiegogo.
- Greenslade, Roy. "Linux Format staff who quit plan to launch rival Linux Voice". theguardian.com. Retrieved 30 March 2014.
- Boyle, Darren. "Linux Voice secures £90,000 crowdfunded launch target". PressGazette. Retrieved 30 March 2014.
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