Linux Journal Promotes Don Marti to Editor in Chief
Marti brings to this position a wealth of experience in technical consultancy, journalism, events, online forums and products, and most importantly, Linux. He has been an influential leader of the Linux community since the mid-1990's and is best known for his community activism. Additionally, Marti holds the position of Vice President of the Silicon Valley Linux Users Group, which currently boasts over 450 members, and has co-organized well-known events such as Windows Refund Day and a Free Dmitry rally.
"Don brings to Linux Journal his utter passion and in-depth knowledge for, and of, Linux," said Phil Hughes, Publisher of Linux Journal. "His excitement is absolutely contagious. We look forward to strong future growth in Linux Journal and its ancillary products under his leadership."
Marti is a graduate of Indiana University. He co-founded Electric Lichen, LLC, and joined VA Software (formerly VA Research) when it acquired his firm in 1999. Marti maintains his residence in Mountain View, California. He can be reached via e-mail at email@example.com.
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