It's MOSS

Welcome to It’s MOSS

What is It’s MOSS? The name is a double entendre. My name is Moss, and I prefer MOSTLY open source software. Also, I am not intending to step on the toes of Abhishek Prakash and his wonderful team at It’s FOSS, so I wanted to save at least one similar-looking domain name from being taken by haters.

It is my contention that Linux would have completely taken over the desktop world if one thing happened: We stopped hating on commercial software companies. If Linux users were willing to shell out money for programs such as Microsoft Office, Adobe Photoshop, and others, there would be that many fewer obstacles to moving to Linux. And a big part of the problem is the Free Software advocates, who turn into fanatics at the drop of a hint.

If you’re interested in who I am, I recently published a blog at LinuxQuestions.org on my life in computerland, please feel free to read that.

If you would like to contact me to help on the website or submit articles, write me at zaivala@itsmoss.com. As you can see, WordPress is not my strong point. You can also reach me on the mintCast and Distrohoppers’ Digest and Linux Mint Telegram groups. I also have a Sponsus account if you would like to help out with this website or my podcasting, and a PayPal account (zaivalananda@protonmail.ch) if you’d rather donate directly to me.

This website is not intended to be all about me, however. I hope to post top-quality articles from throughout the Linux community. All articles posted here remain the property of the author, and are copyright — or copyleft, at the will of the author — to that person. If you wish to republish anything here, you may contact either me or the author for permission. Other than for purposes of review, all articles must be republished in full, with full authorship attribution. It is requested, but not required, that you also link back to this site.

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