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Just writing to say that I love this site. It's actually my most visited site. I come here for all sorts of things from reviews, looking for answers to my linux related problems, helping others with their linux related problems, to taking those neat little quizzes you guys have created (which today was my first time).
Anyway enough of the blabbin'. I really want to say that there aren't enough quizzes to take to keep me occupied. Well what I really mean is that I took a quiz today and found it quite fun. It helps me learn more about linux (which I love to do).
I'm asking the people of LQ to make more quizzes for all of us who want to test our knowledge. It kinda' makes me feel like I'm in school again.
It would be greatly appreciated if you guys/girls could do that.
If you give me more topics to cover for a quiz, I'd be more than willing to try and come up with more... but yes, if you any member wants to create a quiz and would like it on the site, submit it to Jeremy.