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Happy Bday LQ,
Looking better than ever and I must say that LQ is one of the best Linux sites on the net. You're one of the top 2 (two) resources I have and I won't choose beyond that. Thanks for everything!
Herzlichen Glückwunsch zum Geburtstag! (Happy birthday!)
- It's a good thing when people are able to get help in order to get off of their issues, and it's also fine to just communicate. I'd wish there'd be more room for collaborative rants and flames, though.
After all, this community is friendly, and there are experienced participants (while everyone is allowed to put in their stuff, which is great to get started). Many people are learning by doing/posting here. I like LQ and dare to state, I'm feeling at home here.
I'd also like to thank you for the no-cost opportunities you're providing.
I happen to have had the same birthday as LQ! But mine was just 16.
Happy birthday to LQ and keep it up. Maybe one day I'll no longer be a n00b and be able to help out much more in a much older LQ. (Say... 10?)
Great mind, great determination, great vision, and great innovation bring great happy six years for LQ. Your effort, Jeremy, has in no small way pushed linux to a great height. I must remain thankful as a urge for more great achievement. The brain-child of your imagination has brought together great minds in linux community, more power to your elbow.