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LinuxQuestions.org Turns Five
I am proud to announce that two days ago, LinuxQuestions.org officially turned five. Exactly one week from today (also five years ago) I made by first post. We've come a long long way and I'd like to thank each and every member for making LQ what it is. Without it's members, LQ would be nothing. I am happy to report that this year should be a big year for LQ. We have a ton of great things on the way (including an updated forum). We should also be adding some new sites to the LQ network, which already includes the LQ Wiki and LQ ISO. As always, we want to know what you think. What does LQ need? What are we missing? In what direction would you like to see us go? Any and all feedback is welcome - we really are listening.
LQ has changed the way I search for Linux queries and the time that i spend on the internet
A exhaustive collection of resources
never bored from LQ
keep up the good work Jeremy!!
the present color sceme is nice
i would recommed that maybe u can go for a change of color scheme at LQ.(maybe change a color or 2)
again only if this is easy for Jeremy.
This wil give a new look to the site
I have to say I have been on lot's of foums in my (cough cough) short life, however, your format is great and the members and mods are terrific. You mention an update. I hope you don't make to many changes in the look of LQ. It is really one of the most functional Formats I have seen...