Linux Voice was a Linux and open source magazine (print and digital) which was published in the UK in April 2014. It was sold on news-stands around the world.
The magazine launched as a result of a successful Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign in late 2013, which raised over £ 120,000.  The editorial staff of the magazine cam Entirely from the UK magazine Linux Format . They resigned to pursue a different agenda in online publishing.   Editorial Director Andrew Gregory asked the magazine to return a portion of profits to “the community that we serve”. 
The magazine shares 50% of its profits with reader voted FOSS projects.  The profits are split between ‘software’ and ‘projects and distros’ with the top 3 winners in each category receiving a part of the total funds.
Nine months after an issue is published, it is made available under Creative Commons for all to read without charge. 
On 27 October 2016 it was announced that Linux Voice was merging with Linux Magazine . 
In addition to the magazine, the team produced a fortnightly podcast covering Linux and wider free software issues. This has continued despite the closure of the magazine. 
- Jump up^ “Announcing Linux Voice” . Indiegogo .
- Jump up^ Greenslade, Roy. “Linux Format staff who leave plan to launch rival Linux Voice” . Theguardian.com . Retrieved 30 March 2014 .
- ^ Jump up to:a b Boyle, Darren. “Linux Voice Secures £ 90,000 crowdfunded launch target” . PressGazette . Archived from the original on 30 March 2014 . Retrieved 30 March2014 .
- Jump up^ http://www.linuxvoice.com/first-profit-donating-scheme-the-winners/
- Jump up^ “Creative Commons Issues” . Linux Voice . Retrieved 7 November 2016 .
- Jump up^ “Linux Voice / Linux Magazine Merge” . Linux Voice . Retrieved 7 November 2016 .
- Jump up^ Podcasts Archive