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Old 08-31-2007, 06:09 PM   #1
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Rep: Reputation: 15 -- why is it so sparse?

I'm kind of disappointed that isn't as richly populated with valuable as I would have hoped. I'd like to see more people contribute to it-- I don't think, or wish, that become a one-stop reference for all things Linux, but I think we Slackware users are a unique breed of Linux users and that putting together a wiki of our Slackware-specialized knowledge would be useful and original.

I've seen some great discussions in this forum, for instance, but it would be great if some of those start getting compiled into something like

What do you all think? Would you like to see (or any other kind of wiki/documentation) grow into something a little bit more? Would you contribute just a little bit more?

Or am I missing something here? What's wrong with and why aren't Slackers warming up to it?
Old 08-31-2007, 06:52 PM   #2
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First of all, slackers usually don't have much issues...
Second yes, that is true we need to add more useful info
for new people to read.Well maybe I'll sit down sometime and
write some howto's Yep I think it's a great idea, everyone
should share some of their knowledge and add it there.

Well for stuff related to slackware, here's some links (tons of links related to slack)


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