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Since we are all YAY LFDO!!!! (truely) I thought it might be worth my while to suggest something now. I think it might be a good move to place the ...
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    While on the topic


    Since we are all YAY LFDO!!!! (truely) I thought it might be worth my while to suggest something now. I think it might be a good move to place the 'Your Distro' forum group above the 'GNU Linux Zone' Most logon to the site and consider themselfs 'newbies' so they post in the 'Linux Newbie" section (especaily b/c they are so used to much meaner forums it seems) But this way, when someone logs on the first time, its more likely that their question will go into a more catagory specific forum. Mabey even just moving the linux newbie to the bottom of the GNU Linux Zone. I know that i have minimal knowlege about hardware issues in Linux (as i personaly have never had problems w/ hardware detection) This way, if i only have a few minutes, i can gear them were i will be most helpful. I just wanted to see if anyone else thinks this might be a good idea, if not, w/e.

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    I'll have a think about it... the bulk of our posts are in the current top forums so it may make us look like a "dead" forum for a while with all the top sections being 1/2 empty..

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonlambert
    I'll have a think about it... the bulk of our posts are in the current top forums so it may make us look like a "dead" forum for a while with all the top sections being 1/2 empty..

    Jason
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    Done. we will let it run for 24 hours and see how it looks then.

    Anyone else have any preference?

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    theres nothing wrong w/ the current layout, its just seemed like a good way to encourgae people to use something other that the 'linux newbie' forum, b/c thats where almost everyhitng gets posted, even by people who are more experianced, but are new to the forum, w/e nothing big i was just bored and wondering...
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    Quote Originally Posted by qub333
    nothing big i was just bored and wondering...
    When you're bored, install gentoo on something.
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    ok, letts play with pocket pc, 642mhz, 64mb ram...it actualy might be able to do it iif i get a microdrive........
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