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Re: [SLUG] debian vs FC threads
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- Subject: Re: [SLUG] debian vs FC threads
- From: Del <del@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 05 Apr 2006 17:58:36 +1000
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re-inventing the wheel. further, one asks another flame-bait question -
are there actually really savy redhat users? on this list?
Yes. Me. (I think I'm the last one who hasn't been scared off -- I
certainly know other experienced Red Hat users and systems admins who
won't have anything to do with SLUG).
the solution may simply to be, people asking distribution specific
question should be directed to a distribution specific list? i for one
take this stance and spend a lot of time on the debian lists as
debian-ppc or debian-amd64 (or freebsd) questions arent likely to get
There's a lot of merit in that.
I'd like to see us all remain under the banner of one "SLUG".
However there are distribution flavours, and there are all
levels of user experience as well.
Perhaps we need some distro-flavoured mailing lists, and perhaps
some kind of "linux-newcomers" list where some of us can hang out
and answer the most basic of questions in a non-threatening manner
(something that may have to be done on a volunteer or rotation