Linux Beginner Club is creating instructional information to help and educate new users.
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The Linux Beginner Club is intended for new users, so if you're interested in giving Linux a try for the first time, read on. The suggestions here are beginner friendly, and not so technical. My aim is to create information that will get you using a stable and useful Linux machine that you will love! I will be explaining things simplistically with a healthy focus on practicality. These are my opinions based on my personal journey. I will explain why I have made certain decisions based on common sense. Hopefully they will help guide you to make informed choices.
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This helped me.
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If you've found this helpful and wish to give back, that is appreciated. After any applicable taxes and fees, all earnings are reinvested in Linux projects. Thanks.

Open Source Champion
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Being an Open Source Champion means you're substantially providing the funds for Linux and Open Source developers to continue working on the world-class free software that we know and love to use. The benefit is yours whenever you use trusted, ethical and powerful Linux software. 

Almost Jimmy Wales!
$100 or more per month

Well, one hundred dollars a month doesn't quite equate to the gift Jimmy Wales has given to the world. It's not possible to put a monetary value on the benefit of Wikipedia. You know it is free and open source right? No commercial agendas or manipulative privacy plundering tricks or proprietary traps; just free untainted knowledge at your fingertips! There's an army of personnel maintaining Wikipedia with the intention of keeping it out of corporate hands. After applicable taxes and fees, fifty percent of this Tier will go to Wikipedia. The remainder is placed in the general pool that goes to open source development. You're awesome!

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First and foremost my goal is to help people escape the unethical business practices of the large proprietary operating system providers. The number of patrons I hope to reach is astronomic. Although it is my desire to fund open source projects, this is not about the money. The best way to view what the Linux Beginner Club does is to consider it more like a crowd funding effort, in which the thing that you get back is something invaluable - Knowledge!
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The Linux Beginner Club is intended for new users, so if you're interested in giving Linux a try for the first time, read on. The suggestions here are beginner friendly, and not so technical. My aim is to create information that will get you using a stable and useful Linux machine that you will love! I will be explaining things simplistically with a healthy focus on practicality. These are my opinions based on my personal journey. I will explain why I have made certain decisions based on common sense. Hopefully they will help guide you to make informed choices.

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Tiers
This helped me.
$5 or more per month

If you've found this helpful and wish to give back, that is appreciated. After any applicable taxes and fees, all earnings are reinvested in Linux projects. Thanks.

Open Source Champion
$20 or more per month

Being an Open Source Champion means you're substantially providing the funds for Linux and Open Source developers to continue working on the world-class free software that we know and love to use. The benefit is yours whenever you use trusted, ethical and powerful Linux software. 

Almost Jimmy Wales!
$100 or more per month

Well, one hundred dollars a month doesn't quite equate to the gift Jimmy Wales has given to the world. It's not possible to put a monetary value on the benefit of Wikipedia. You know it is free and open source right? No commercial agendas or manipulative privacy plundering tricks or proprietary traps; just free untainted knowledge at your fingertips! There's an army of personnel maintaining Wikipedia with the intention of keeping it out of corporate hands. After applicable taxes and fees, fifty percent of this Tier will go to Wikipedia. The remainder is placed in the general pool that goes to open source development. You're awesome!