Linux Journal was a print magazine for 17+ years, then a digital one for the next 7+. What shall we be now? That's the Big Question, and there are many answers, some of which are already settled.
For example, we need to remain digital, true to Linux and maintain a journal (or journals) of some kind (or kinds), but those are among the few givens. We can be many other things too. Here's a sampling of suggestions vetted by the few of us internally and the many of us externally (for example, on IRC and in the comments under Carlie'sHappy New Year post):
That list probably ought to be a matrix, perhaps in four dimensions (meaning in no particular order, top to bottom, right to left, front to back, forward through time).
We want and need thoughts and ideas of all kinds, especially from subscribers who have kept us alive long enough to be revived. (Already we've been called "zombie overlords" in comments. Good humor is a good sign, and so is the airing of old and good complaints.)
In the coming days, Carlie, myself and others on our still-small staff will be raising questions here and also answering comments below (and also in our IRC channel at freenode , now a sister of ours).
So please weigh in. We'll be taking copious notes and responding as best we can.