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I don't know much about Linux but I have got started. Before that, I believed in it. The web is democratic in that no-one can fully control it, not even dictators. Software has to go the same way. As a computer teacher (of office stuff) I've been spreading the word for the last three years.
I've even had what I thought was a good Idea, but I'll find a more suitable thread to fit it on.
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Originally posted by redhatrosh Ya! Linuxquestions.org is reaching millions...
but many are inactive....why.....???
out of a crowd of 200,000 there are only around 1,000 people active... at a moment of time ...
This is a side effect of our popularity. Someone may sign up, post a question once and get an answer. After that, they search the forums and all their problems are answered that way without them ever having to post again. And not everyone is interested in helping others so they don't answer posts.