Paged Out! is a free experimental (one article == one page) technical magazine about programming (especially programming tricks!), hacking, security hacking, retro computers, modern computers, electronics, demoscene, and other similar topics.
It's made by the community for the community - the project is led by Gynvael Coldwind with multiple folks helping. And it's not-for-profit (though in time we hope it will be self-sustained) - this means that the issues will always be free to download, share and print.
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There is good news and bad news. Good news is that Issue #3 is under no danger - it will eventually be published, same as Issue #4, #5 and so on. Bad news is that we've run into delays due to stuff related to paged out, and it's had to make predictions on the exact publishing date apart from "this year" - sorry!
We're basically still finishing the Review Center tool/webapp - this will make work distribution way easier for future issues, so we hope that there will be no such huge delays in the future thanks to this.
Meanwhile, here's a new Review Center related wallpaper by ReFiend:
Updated 8 August 2020 / Gynvael
Issue #2: The second Paged Out!
Note: This is a "beta 2 build" of the PDF, i.e. we will be re-publishing it with accessibility/compatibility/size/layout improvements multiple times. What's missing:
Issue #1: The first Paged Out! issue has arrived!
Note: This is a "beta 1 build" of the PDF, i.e. we will be re-publishing it with menu/accessibility/compatibility/size/layout improvements multiple times. What's missing:
If you like our work, how about writing an article for Paged Out!? It's only one page after all - easy. ;)
Next issue progress tracker (unit of measurement: article count):
(everything is delayed article, so submission deadline for Issue #3 is 15.05.2020)
Sure! There are a couple of ways to get notified when the issue will be out:
We will only send e-mails to this group about new Paged Out! issues (both the free electronic ones and special issues if we ever get to that). No spam will be sent there and (if you subscribe to the group) your e-mail will be visible only to group owners.