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Old 11-18-2010
Nagios Forum

What are the chances of getting a Nagios forum? The community is really lacking for a good place to work issues in Nagios. There just aren't any good places to go that I've found.


# 2  
Old 11-18-2010
Great idea, but we need more than one person to make a forum successful.

Do you have a large group of people in your community who will discuss Nagios here?
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Old 11-18-2010
Nagios Forum

I don't personally have a large following. I'm new to Nagios, but Nagios is very popular and I wouldn't be surprised if many of your users are using it. Maybe you could take a survey? I know it's also popular in Europe.


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Old 11-18-2010
That sounds like a good idea, but when you say "forum" you are actually refering to a "subforum" inside ULF right?

Although Nagios Exchange provides plenty of useful scripts and snippets, I agree it lacks a decent (and free) supporting community.
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Old 11-18-2010
You know Nagios Enterprises has a forum for the community!
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Old 11-18-2010
Nagios Enterprises would like people to sign up for support contracts. I'm trying to get user based support. But, thanks.
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Old 11-18-2010
I don't mind starting a Nagios subforum under our IP Networking forum, if Docster is of the opinion, as a Nagios user, that the current Nagios forum is too "hard sell for support contracts".

When I used to use Zabbix I don't recall their forum using the Zabbix user forum to sell support. Nagios is different in their forums?

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