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I've spent a lot of time in here lately so I thought it might actually be in here. I would like to know how many posts I've made in this forum and the other forums. Not that it would really mean anything, but it'd be cool to see a breakdown of where I post the most.
Up till recently my general post count was > the post count of all other forums combined.
Another one in the club. It still embarrasses me that my general post count is so high though... I want to post more in the Linux forums but I am not so good that I can help people solve all kinds of problems.
General is cool because you can talk about your Windows rants/issues without being flamed for it but I've yet to recieve good advice on females in this forum. Usually I go to the Solaris forums for that.