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What would the chances of having a forum for Zenwalk. I am currently using slackware but I have sinced moved a couple of workstations to zenwalk. I do know that zenwalk has a fourm on it's site but It's so nice to be able to come to one place. I have thought of lq as my one stop shop for all my questions. Which have alway been answered promptly and with a lot of professionalism.
There are not that many Zenwalk users, I doubt that splitting them between 2 forums is a good idea. Also, the "original" ZW forum has support from the distribution builders which is a good reason to use it.
Zenwalk, would be most welcome to have a forum on LQ but the forum needs to be acknowledged and have some support from the distribution itself. If you know any of the Zenwalk developers then ask them to contact jeremy directly about setting up a forum.
In the meantime your questions are most welcome in any of the other forums I'm sure there are many other Zenwalk users here and many questions are likely to be unrelated to the distribution itself.
I am a Zenwalk developer and we have just today seen this post. We will be quite happy to have a Zenwalk user section in this forum. I will contact Jeremy today and we will do our best to have some of us monitoring this forum to support our users in need.