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Writing Loops

Filed under: The Linux Blog News — TheLinuxBlog.com at 2:34 pm on Friday, March 7, 2008

The act of a loop is doing something over and over until a condition. Like in bash scripts I get stuck in loops while trying to write posts for The Linux Blog. The problem is that when I get stuck in a loop I can write a lot of posts about one topic (for example SSH.) But I don’t want to have all of my front page covered in posts about SSH. This is where my readers (You) come in.

I made a promise last month that I would not ask for any more writers. Since this is a new month I can start over again. Basically any one willing to write short articles or how to’s is welcome to submit an article to me. I will be making sure that the WordPress login script works over this weekend that way if you would like to help me out and gain some exposure you can do so very easily. By writing for me it will help out with the content of this site by not making it all similar topics. Other than that news I’m working on getting some new features for this site worked out. When I do it should be interesting for all of us.

Have a great Friday!

– Owen.





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