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Janchi

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Hi everyone,

I am barely scratching the surface in the hacking scene, but I already love the BinRev shows. Keep those shows coming.

Anyway, I am writing articles on open source and linux, especially for people who are stuck on win OS. I have written an article on the Linux landscape and would like to contribute it here as well. Would that be a good idea and where do I send it to for review? I would appreciate peer review on this one. Don't know much about coding, so I am putting my writing skills to good use in advocacy.

Thanks again

Janchi

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This is a good question. You could post it up on a site specialising in articles, then post a link in here. Alternatively, you could simply paste the entire article in this thread. One site with articles is HackThisSite.org, although from what we have seen, it suffers from a 'script kiddie' community and an overly black-hat outlook on hacking.

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Hi everyone,

I am barely scratching the surface in the hacking scene, but I already love the BinRev shows. Keep those shows coming.

Anyway, I am writing articles on open source and linux, especially for people who are stuck on win OS. I have written an article on the Linux landscape and would like to contribute it here as well. Would that be a good idea and where do I send it to for review? I would appreciate peer review on this one. Don't know much about coding, so I am putting my writing skills to good use in advocacy.

Thanks again

Janchi

I'll take this wonderful opportunity to let anyone and everyone who's interested in submitting an article exactly how the process works.

If you'd like a chance to get it into the magazine, send 'er over to articles@binrev.com*, and we'll take a look at it. From there, it goes through a review process, where we decide if something similar has been published in previous issues or other sources, take a look at it for content, structure and basic spelling and grammar (<-- not a huge issue, but please put forth some effort.) Then, we decide what articles get approved. If your article DOESN'T get approved, rest assured that we will send it back to you with suggestions on how to improve it, and you're always welcome to resubmit at anytime. Just make sure to get it back to us before the submission deadline. The current deadline for issue 3.2 hasn't even been discussed yet, so it's still an open road.

Otherwise, just post that baby up on DocDroppers.

Thanks for the support! We're ALWAYS looking for content, and, IMHO, submitting for <BR> Magazine is the way to go! Any aspiring writers out there looking for tips or feedback before they submit can contact me at psypherx@binrev.com, and please include "BRR Article Help" in your subject line so you don't get throw in the round e-file.

Once again, thanks for the offer, and we look forward to your articles!

*Keep in mind, if you do want to submit articles for inclusion into the mag, we respectfully request that you don't release it anywhere else. Yeah, we're exclusive-grubbin' whores like that. :D

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You could send it to TIZ{The Intrahack Zine} [tiz.brokenfloppy.com] by emailing me at sheepbyte@gmail.com

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If you are really into turning Win OS users in linux converts, why not start a site of your own. It would let you organize your stuff the way you want it. then you can post links here, so we can find you. and maybe your site can become a DDP member site.

I love the idea of having a one stop shop for learning to live without microsoft. If I knew enough about either I would do it myself.

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If you are really into turning Win OS users in linux converts, why not start a site of your own. It would let you organize your stuff the way you want it. then you can post links here, so we can find you. and maybe your site can become a DDP member site.

I love the idea of having a one stop shop for learning to live without microsoft. If I knew enough about either I would do it myself.

Good idea. I was thinking about rebuilding one of my two sites into a migration site. One of the projects I am working on is developing open source learning materials like Keystone, CBT. Most of the learning stuff in open source is 'by geeks, for geeks'. I believe there is a need for good teaching stuff for Win OS users (the click-and-run generation): multi media, with hands on labs, first to open source software on the Win platform and from there kick it to Linux.

Like I wrote, it's worth considering your idea. Thanks

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