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    ...for the GNU/Linux Zone would be a forum dedicated to the Wine project, there are plenty of us using and abusing Wine and plenty of people need some sort of help setting up and getting certain programs working. Anyone else think it's a good idea?

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    I haven't got into wine at the moment, but it would be a useful topic to have. But you could also argue it comes under linux apps.
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    I'm totally thinking that should be under apps, too. You don't have a seperate forum for The Gimp.

    Just some food (or drink) for thought. (Get it? Wine -> Drink??)

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    Yes point taken I guess if the new forum was created everyone would be asking for a forum for their favorite program, Dosbox, Mame, etc...!

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    We've decided to go with the idea of a Wine forum section as it is relevant to a lot of people who are starting to use GNU/Linux after a lifetime of Windows.

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    I'm pleased to hear it! Hopefully this will help current/old Windows users to get the best out of their old apps Thanks again!

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