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Old 07-13-2005, 10:11 PM   #1
AresXP
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Long time Linux user, new to LQ :)


Well, not exactly new to LQ but I want to start contributing to this awesome Linux community. I've been reading here and there on LinuxQuestions, but the time is now to help other people with the knowledge I gathered over the long years of using Slackware and FreeBSD

If you visit Neowin once in a while, you probably know who I am
If you read my 2000th post milestone at Neowin, I said I would try to be more ative within the Linux community, the main reason why I'm coming here now

Here's my small autobiography (after all, it's just a forum, no need for a whole resume)
I'm a 23yo male living in Campbellton, New Brunswick, Canada (a small town no one knows about), it's located in northern New Brunswick (aka the Restigouche county), right next to the Restigouche river and right in front of the railroad. Computers and *nix are well known to me. My computer habits are rather simple... browsing the web, programming... but what I do isn't very simple
I use Slackware on a daily basis. KDE is the desktop environment for me (not the regular bloated KDE you see in most KDE screenshots). I use Opera for browsing the web and of course, KMail for emails...

That's enough for now, y'all gonna get to know me overtime

If you can't bother reading the whole post; All I said was "Hello"
 
Old 07-13-2005, 10:19 PM   #2
kencaz
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OK, so your a bit late... Get to posting already... Lot's of work to do... he he he...

KC
 
Old 07-13-2005, 10:24 PM   #3
AresXP
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Originally posted by kencaz
OK, so your a bit late... Get to posting already... Lot's of work to do... he he he...

KC
Haha, yeah... a little late :P
 
Old 07-14-2005, 09:54 AM   #4
Bruce Hill
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Welcome to LQ!

Glad to have you. I've been learning Slackware, mainly from LinuxQuestions and what I can get online, for about 19 months now. There are no Linux books in English where I live. I'm 46 and only got into computers about 8 years ago, starting with the 2-bit patched, stolen, and unsecure OS from the Northwestern US.

I'm greatly indebted to Jeremy, and the community of LQ, for the little bit of knowledge I've learned.

So, as kencaz says, get with it! Perhaps you can clear out the 0 Reply threads in the Slackware forum.
 
Old 07-14-2005, 12:03 PM   #5
AresXP
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Originally posted by Chinaman
Perhaps you can clear out the 0 Reply threads in the Slackware forum. [/B]
That's my objective, and also in the Newbie forum
 
Old 07-15-2005, 05:30 PM   #6
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Welcome to LQ!
This site is the best!
 
  


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