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Old 03-12-2006, 11:26 PM   #1
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it Seems something really intresting is born(ed)

Hi all and proud to be one of you ,

Another french is in the place and sorry if you can't understand me (sometimes difficult to find the words). I'm not a such good user of linux and still a student at present in 4th year of my degree in embedded systems, got already two 3th year degree in computing last one in embedded systems last year, probably next searching for work ...

But I got a try on Redhat Debian Knoppix Suse Fedora Mandrake Ubuntu and ÁVex (or something like ... it can't remember). Anyway, I'm usually interested in architecture and system, don't have a great passion for network stuff, but a really greater one for the video processing development stuff !!!
It's not so easy to do relevant things in this kind of programmation, but I'm doing what I'm able to. This place seems to a very good "rendez vous" for the linux users and why not experts

My ("humble" in french) small opinion is the website in php is really well realised especially about the data base range and the user interface is perfect, I don't care about security stuff I told about . Good place to be informed every day on this great OS, which is Linux, evolution and find any hand in our troubles. My unique suggestion would be to specified the data base nature I mean collect more details about user skills, and why not creat more distinct main threads in the forum ? I mean a Trouble install (hard/soft) zone, a general trouble zone ... don't know but may you could divide an expert zone and a "occasional user" zone....

I saw an Enterprise section but there's just One main topic. It's probably not your goal, but you could try something like "job zone" or/and "free project zone". I'm just giving an opinion don't blame me

Thanks for reading me,

see you later in the wire


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Old 03-13-2006, 10:16 AM   #2
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Bonjour sebus! and welcome to LQ!

A good place to have a discussion about your Ideas would be in the "Website Suggestions & Feedback" Forum

Don't worry too much about your English -- Your post shows that you are very understandable
Old 03-14-2006, 05:25 PM   #3
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