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r/linux is far from the only GNU/Linux community on reddit. /r/linux_gaming is the biggest specific use case Linux subreddit, /r/linuxquestions and /r/linux4noobs are always helping people sort out their problems, and more than likely your distro of choice has it's own subreddit which you can find an ever-expanding list over at the wiki.
Many projects over the years have helped Linux users make the switch. Wine is a well known project that helps users run Windows programs without having to use Windows at all. Many years of hard work have went into Wine and you can help by donating here. Without Wine, recent developments that have helped GNU/Linux adoption such as Valve's Steam Play changes which have allowed many Windows games to function on GNU/Linux at the click of a button on Steam. Not alone in this endeavor there are other options such as Lutris and to get more help users can checkout the community at /r/linux_gaming which recently hit 100,000 subscribers.
Windows has shipped a full Linux Kernel available for installation to all Windows users. We recommend users of this feature to check out the subreddit r/bashonubuntuonwindows!
Some of my favorite personal moments of the last year are the AMAs. Check out some recent ones but you can find the full list on the ama wiki
To the devs out there: Keep in mind that we have custom flair for you as well as we would like to host your AMAs. Modmail us to get flair if you have an established project (should be in a few distro repo’s and a popular following) and to get started on doing an AMA.