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[The GNU Project]  - was launched in 1984 to develop a complete Unix-like operating system which is free software: the GNU system. Variants of the GNU operating system, which use the kernel Linux, are now widely used; though these systems are often referred to as "Linux", they are more accurately called GNU/Linux systems. This is also the web site of the Free Software Foundation (FSF). FSF is the principal organizational sponsor of the GNU Project.
[FSF Europe]  - supports all European aspects of Free Software; especially the GNU Project. They are actively supporting development of Free Software and furthering GNU-based Operating Systems such as GNU/Linux. Also, they provide an assistance centre for politicians, lawyers and journalists in order to secure the legal, political and social future of Free Software.
[Linux Standard Base]  - "Standardizing The Penguin" - The goal of the Linux Standard Base (LSB) is to develop and promote a set of standards that will increase compatibility among Linux distributions and enable software applications to run on any compliant Linux system.
[Free Standards Group]  - is an independent, non-profit organization dedicated to accelerating the use and acceptance of open source technologies through the development, application and promotion of standards.
[Filesystem Hierarchy Standard (FHS)]  - The filesystem standard has been designed to be used by Unix distribution developers, package developers, and system implementors. However, it is primarily intended to be a reference and is not a tutorial on how to manage a Unix filesystem or directory hierarchy.
[Open Source Initiative (OSI)]  - is a non-profit corporation dedicated to managing and promoting the Open Source Definition for the good of the community, specifically through the OSI Certified Open Source Software certification mark and program.
[The Open Group]  - is an international vendor and technology-neutral consortium that is committed to delivering greater business efficiency by bringing together buyers and suppliers of information technology to lower the time, cost and risk associated with integrating new technology across the enterprise.
[LANANA]  - "The Linux Assigned Names And Numbers Authority" is your authority for Linux name space assignments. LANANA's charter is to prevent namespace collisions by providing a responsive, easy-to-use registration service.
[OSDL (Open Source Development Laps)]  - is a non-profit organization that provides state-of the-art computing and test facilities in the United States and Japan available to developers around the world.
[License-Center]  - is an alphabetical list of Free Software / Open Source, Open Content and related licenses.
[Deutschsprachige Version des Lizenz Centers].
[Open Source Education Foundation]  - The OSEF exists to enhance K-12 educational opportunities through the use of technologies and concepts derived from the Open Source and Free Software movement. Research and development of hardware and software solutions for use in educational settings is the organization's primary focus.
[Schoolforge]  - Schoolforge's mission is to unify independent organizations that advocate, use, and develop open resources for primary and secondary education. Schoolforge is intended to empower member organizations to make open educational resources more effective, efficient, and ubiquitous by enhancing communication, sharing resources, and increasing the transparency of development.
[LinuxForKids]  - was created in the Summer of 1999 to promote the use of Linux as an educational and entertainment platform for children. This site is available in English, Français, Español, Portuguese, Deutsch. [Debian Jr. Project]  - is an internal project to make Debian an OS that children of all ages will want to use. The initial focus will be on producing something for children up to age 8. Once accomplished this, the next target age range is 7 to 12.
[Humorix]  - shows the lighter side of Linux, the open source operating system everyone and their brother are talking about. Jokes about Slashdot, Microsoft, and Tux Penguin are thrown in for good measure.
[Linux Gazette]  - "... making Linux just a little more fun!". This is the Comics & Fun Section of the Linux Gazette, an WWW publication dedicated to two simple ideas: making Linux just a little more fun & sharing ideas and discoveries.
[Linux Fun for IBM eServer]  - IBM made a little investment in some Linux fun. They created these animated features for your enjoyment - take a look, have a laugh.
[Linjection - Linux Multimedia Files]  - On this Page you'll find a lot of Linux related Videos to download.
[Linux Magazine]  - "Open Source. Open Standards". Is a monthly Linux Magazine.
[Linux Journal]  - "The Monthly Magazine of the Linux Community".
[LINUX For You]  - India's first Linux Magazine for Newbies, Power Users, IT Implementors, Developers & Corporate.
[Sys Admin]  - is a journal for Unix & Linux administrators.
[Linux Format]  - is the longest running and best selling Linux magazine in the UK.
[Linux Productivity Magazine]  - popular, widely read and often quoted magazine.
[Linux Enterprise]  - deutschsprachiges Linuxmagazin.
[EasyLinux]  - Magazin fuer Linux-Einsteiger in deutsch.
[Linux Magazin]  - Magazin in deutsch.
[Linux User]  - Magazin in deutsch.
[freeX]  - Magazin fuer Linux, BSD und UNIX in deutsch.
[LANline]  - Magazin mit Schwerpunkt Netzwerk Technologie.
[Linux Events - Germany].
[LinuxWorld Conference & Expo].
[Alan Cox's Web-Diary]  - Diary of the great Linux Developer.
[Linux Central] - the /root for Linux resources.
[]  - Nothing But Unix.
[]  - The Source For Computers And Technology.
[Linux Gazette]  - is dedicated to two simple ideas: making Linux just a little more fun and sharing ideas and discoveries.
[TheLinuxReview]  - formerly known as LinuxPorts, is a free on-line forum for discussion of Linux issues.
[]  - is "the first really international Linux Magazine" (available in many languages).
[Linux NetMag]  - is a Community Site in Dutch, English, German, Polish, Swedish, Romanian, French, Chinese.
[SourceForge]  - is the world's largest Open Source software development website, with the largest repository of Open Source code and applications available on the Internet.
[Linuxpromotion]  - Infos und Beispiele einer erfolgreichen Linux - Migrationen fuer Unternehmen und oeffentliche Einrichtungen.
[Linux Professional Institute (LPI)]  - it is currently best known for its Linux skills certification exams.
[Red Hat Global Learning Services]  - provides performance based certification for Linux techs.
[OpenBSD]  - is a FREE, multi-platform BSD-based UNIX-like operating system. OpenBSD supports binary emulation of most programs from SVR4 (Solaris), FreeBSD, Linux, BSD/OS, SunOS and HP-UX.
[FreeBSD]  - is an advanced BSD UNIX operating system for the Intel compatible (x86), DEC Alpha, and PC-98 architectures.
[OpenGL]  - The Industry's Foundation for High Performance Graphics.
[SGI]  - Unleashing the Modular Computing Revolution.
[]  - Dokus zum Common Gateway Interface (CGI).
[]  - the official website for the Python language.
[Dynamic DNS Network Services]  - provide free dynamic/static DNS aliasing services and web redirection services to the net community.
[]  - "Deutschlands Referenzseite in Sachen Webhosting".
[Java Server Pages]  ... technology allows Web developers and designers to rapidly develop and easily maintain, information-rich, dynamic Web pages.
[]  - World Wide Web - Consortium - "Leading the Web to its Full Potential ...".
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