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I'll say this. LQ has been my choice for help for a long time. I'm even happier to be able to help others to try to pay back the help I've gotten. All I can say is, keep up the good work everyone, and let's keep helping each other as much as we can, and drive Linux into the one thing a Certain Software Company fears the most: an alternative desktop that actually works!
You should feel free to contact any mod (or myself) at any time. As a rule we're all available via email. Also, we have no plans to rest on our laurels and have some great things in the pipeline for the near future. Stay tuned.
Thank you for all your disponibility,Jeremy and the ones of any mods...it's the THING that makes the DIFFERENCE.
An amazing achievement!
I think I speak for many people here by saying I wouldn't be where I am now without Jeremy's hard work!
I think I will celebrate by making a financial contribution, if I can figure out how!
Hi jeremy, I would like to congratulate you for the achievement with this forum. My English is not so good as yours but I understand everything written here. It's a fine logical layout.
I'm a newbie in the Linux world and use this forum for improving my knowledge. I choose the Zenwalk 5.2 distribution because of my old Compaq Presario laptop. It's running pretty fast, considering that I have only 160 MB RAM and a 330 MHz processor. Also it does not take to much of my limited 3 GB hard disk space.
I came from WIN2k as operating system. It was the right decision to get rid of it!
I hope that some time in the future I can contribute something to the Linux world-when I'm more experienced. Good luck for future developments! Hardi2000
Well done Jeremy, I started with Linux about 6 years ago with Red Hat R6 (if I remember correctly) and Caldera OpenLinux. Over the years I tried later versions of Redhat and installed Mandrake 7 , 8 and 9. Many times this was one of the fitst places I visited for help when many distros were not so user friendly. After a bit of a drought I have decided to upgrade much of what I had and try and give something back of what I have learned myself and been shown by others. After joining LQ recently I will keep an eye out to see what sort of help I can give.
Well done Jeremy hope you continue to provide inspiration, for all Linux users.