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Question: Should We Open The Original UNIX and Linux Forum?

Should We Open This Forum?

Please vote and comment over at the new community forums!

Code:
https://community.unix.com/t/member-poll-should-we-reopen-the-old-forums/378531

Thanks so much!
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The users have chosen!

The old forums will remain open as a reference site and all new posts will be over at the new Community.
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Hello Neo,

This sounds positive to me. I've too often had ticketing systems at work replaced and all the old history and knowledge get lost. One sites there going, "I know we did this last year, but what did we do?" and the details are a mystery, so one re-invents the wheel.


This is a good plan. I hope it's not expensive to the site running costs/effort.


Thanks again,
Robin
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Hi Robin,

This site is currently open for reference only (read only).

For posting, blogging, projects and Q&A please post over at Community:

Unix Linux Community - Technical support for all Unix-like users.

Thanks.

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