Linux.com has been relaunched under the direction of the Linux Foundation. The Linux.com site was acquired by the Linux Foundation earlier this year from SourceForge for an an undisclosed sum.
The goal of the site is supposed to be a community hub that lets the Linux community participate and contribute their knowledge. If you participate in the site's community by providing content, you will gain guru points that will showcase your skills. In the coming weeks, points can be earned for adding other content to the site, such as articles and tutorials, items in the Directory, and questions and answers.
The top five Linux gurus and ultimate Linux guru will be determined by guru points total on Feb 15 every year.
The Linux Foundation will award the top Linux Guru a fully loaded Linux notebook signed by none other than the father of Linux himself, Linus Torvalds.