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Please reply to this post if you want to have a forum for Elx Bizdesk 4.0.
Because, as I find, Bizdesk is very compatible with windows users and those who use windows have a good reason to use Bizdesk 4.0.
I believe there are at least a few hundred persons who use Bizdesk and need conciliation.
This forum - which we would be trying to create - would fullfill their need.
Remember - If sufficient number of response doesn't come; the distribution will not have any forum!!!!
Bizdesk 4.0 is a linux distro released by Everyone's Linux.
As I said, I believe there are few users who face trouble while using this Linux. And I believe having a subforum under Linux->Distributions forum would be convenient for all of them (If they are in sufficient number - for confirmation of number of users only I've posted this post)
would there be any inconvenience to you if one such forum will be made? please do reply if u do have one.
I have to say, posting in this thread will not make a sub-forum start. The only way a sub-forum will be started on LQ is if a member of the distribution's team agrees to become a member and to help out in the forum.
So what you need to do is to contact the team responsible for the distro and ask them to contact Jeremy to start up a forum.
We get numerous threads like this and the answer is always the same. Until that time, just post in Linux-Distributions or any other relevant forum.