The MagPi was created – like most great Raspberry Pi projects – by a group of like-minded enthusiasts from the Raspberry Pi.org forum. Their goal was to make a Raspberry Pi magazine for the whole community could enjoy (and they succeeded!).The magazine is now published by Raspberry Pi as the official Raspberry Pi magazine. The MagPi is very different to the average technology mag. You can download DRM-free PDFs of magazine every issue. It’s written by Pi enthusiasts for Pi enthusiasts (and it always will be!). The MagPi magazine is committed to open source and operates under the Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial ShareAlike 3.0 Unported licence (CC BY-NC-SA 3.0). This means you are welcome to share and adapt the content of the magazine as long as you follow the licence terms.
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