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You have implemented the games and kernel subforums...
Why not use general application categories for a full set?
[ software focus, not hardware where it is a possible confusion ]
Sound / Audio ,
Utilities / Configuration Tools.
This would group peoples questions into related questions in a natural way, allowing for easier searching to see if your problem has been encountered and answered already.
We don't want to create too many subforums. If we can get a couple that are both clearly definable and will draw sufficient traffic, that's the aim.
I think it would be a good idea to add more sub forums. My suggestions would be Emulators/ Virtual Machines, SAMBA, and Programming tools. I think it would make the site itself more useable and searchable. One of the things I look for is how easy it is to find information on a aspect of Linux not just Linux in general. If I am trying to find a good back up utility for Linux I search for Linux Back up programs. If this forum had more specific areas it might get more hits from search engines and be easier to find information on the site for the issue being had.
But that is just my on the subject, kick it or keep it .