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I think that view is seconded by anybody who's been in the forum.This is perhaps the most useful forum for Linux and open source enthusiasts.Within 3 years,you've created a community of computer users who can interact on the widest imaginable scale.This is indeed a truly outstanding effort and I congratulate Jeremy,the mods,the members for making this possible.I'm sure now that more people will sit up and take notice.
Originally posted by corbis_demon This is perhaps the most useful forum for Linux and open source enthusiasts.
Yep, I consider myself a newbie about linux, I'm enjoying it more and more each day, every moment I have I try diferent live distros and I must say: this forum is the biggest responsible for my knowledge about open source software.
If I can't get the answers to my questions I can get, at least, some tip on where to go or what to do to get the info I'm searching for.
So, this website is the best in leading the way to anyone whiling to know more about Linux.
Keep with the EXCELLENT work and I hope gods and godesses help LinuxQuestions stay with us for a long, long time.
Yes, every praise is well-deserved. The other moderators do good, too - partly with giving helpful technical advice, partly with helping to keep a civilized tone, here - which is one of the things that really make this place better than the others.