Announcing a new site in BETA - AndroidQuestions.org
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I'll keep an eye on your nw project Jeremy. If only those colours in the site's palette did not hurt my eyes so much ;-)
Anyways, there may be life packaging software for Android at some point in future. Slackware would make an ideal development platform for Android.
I've been having fun modding my Viewsonic G Tablet. I'm glad to hear that there will be another source for Android discussion. I hope AndroidQuestions becomes as popular with Andorid users as LinuxQuestions has with Linux users. Good Luck Jeremy.
Keep in mind that AQ is not quite as Linux-focused as LQ is. Verdana is actually the default here at LQ too, but I'll add Arial and Helvetica to AQ for consistency.
sorry, I didn't mean verdana. Actually I wanted to suggest making verdana default and skip the first two. Already forgot the default one on AQ because I don't have it.
Calibri shouldn't be used imho as it's part of MS Office I think and even windows users don't have it. And of course because it looks ugly in linux ...
Distribution: Debian, Red Hat, Slackware, Fedora, Ubuntu
We're happy to announce that AndroidQuestions.org is now out of BETA. Continued feedback is welcome, especially concerning the search at AQ (or other areas you think LQ needs to be improved - remember that AQ runs the next generation platform that will eventually power LQ).