Also, the email email@example.com is incorrect, don't use it.>>532>Is there any real reason to start another side project? We already have a zine, and I'd love to see security related articles in it.
Fragmentation does make it harder to organize, I'll agree with you on that. I would be happy to give the content to lainzine for articles, as well as anyone for their use. Since there wasn't a license on it at the start, and information does want to be free, it'll be copyright-free so anyone can use it.>Essentially what I'm asking is what does it bring to the table that is new and interesting?
If anything, the zine brings a focus on free software, what we have to hide in this day and age and the organization of groups fighting against various causes. It seems that most security guides today are bent on a sort of libertarian ideology (see anything relating to tor and dark net markets) that isn't present in the zine, where it has a more of anti-capitalist theme, if anything.