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It's the membership that makes the board, but with out you Jeremy it would not exist at all. Thank you for starting this forum 13 years ago. Maraming salamat po. To LQ members Maraming salamat po sa lahat.
Looking forward to seeing the new forum layout. One bit of feedback. The Reputation ratings (my opinion of course) are more of an agree or disagree with a post. More often than not post are rated as helpful either because of who said it or that they agree with the post even though that post did nothing to help solve any sort of issue. I see it more as a popularity thing that reputation thing. It thing it's time is past. I sure many with disagree, but you asked for feedback and I gave it.
Again, that to all LQ members and Jeremy for make this a nice place to learn and get information.
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I am a technology trial lawyer (IP cases, licensing disputes, etc.) and a C programmer. I installed my first Linux distribution about 2.5 years ago (Fedora) and have used this site continuously to help learn, develop my skills, and get more out of Linux. I'm closely involved with the open source legal community, and contribute to various organizations. I am now in the process of setting up a robust home network using a Linux file server (Debian) serving various Windows PCs, Linux PCs, and numerous iDevices. This site is invaluable. Happy birthday, and thanks, Jeremy, LinuxQuestions.org, and the wonderful men and women who take time to share their knowledge with the rest of us.
I love linuxquestions! I am new to the linux //2-3 years of use.//
And, here the answer is mega quick!!! I am very happy about this site.
And there are no stupid advertisements! That's nice and it makes the reading experience better.
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