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It should be noted that the back issues of the magazine are only available to subscribers. I was not able to find any public links on the web site to let random people download any old/back issues. I would assume that is a feature that is only available to subscribers or they don't offer that to the public any more. Tjung (talk) 07:20, 23 May 2011 (UTC)
There is a bit of confusion. Linux-Magazin is the magazine in Deutsch language, but Linux Magazine in english is another magazine, by the same company, but another magazine. Linux Magazine in english by Linux New Media AG is called, also, Linux Magazine PRO in USA cause a Linux Magazine already exist in that country. In my opinion the article need to be reviewed and clarified, in the same way the Deutsch one. In my opinion could be made a "Linux-Magazin" voice in en.wikipedia.org with disambiguos for English language that land to "Linux Magazine"; in this "Linux Magazine" article we could also talk about the USA-Linux Magazine or put another disambiguos discalimer. --Fabrizio.ciacchi 22:34, 24 feb 2006 (CET)
Is ok if I will adopt this structure across the it.wiki en.wiki e de.wiki?
- On Deutsch Linux-Magazin will "link to" or disambiguos to Linux Magazine
- On English Linux Magazine will explain only Linux Magazine USA with a disambigous to Linux_Magazine_International that "link to" Linux-Magazin and has also a Linux_Magazine_Pro redirect.
- On Italian Linux Magazine refers to italian magazine and already contains a disambigous to Linux_Magazine_(inglese). My guess is to make an article Linux_Magazine_Internationl that redirects to Linux_Magazine_(inglese) and a new article about Linux-Magazin.
Seems hard and difficult, but I think is the best solution. --Fabrizio.ciacchi 00:59, 25 feb 2006 (CET)
Anyone pls kindly create this article based on the following
- Now that link redirects to http://sdjournal.org/ (Software Developer's Journal, which was recently deleted per Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Software Developer's Journal). Linux+ is a CompTIA certification exam. Thus, I'm deleting the link from this article's see also section. – Wbm1058 (talk) 14:40, 24 September 2013 (UTC)