Linked by Adam S on Mon 17th Nov 2008 15:44 UTC, submitted by sonic2000gr
BSD and Darwin derivatives "The FreeBSD project is finally, after much work, pleased to announce the availability of an official FreeBSD web based discussion forum. It is our hope that this forum will serve as a public support channel for FreeBSD users around the world and as a complement to our fine mailing lists."
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Right direction?
by foldingstock on Mon 17th Nov 2008 17:16 UTC
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I'm glad to see that the FreeBSD foundations is making efforts to gather a larger userbase. A community surrounding a project usually produces positive results. This has potential to server as a central location for requesting assistance which would double as a help repository.

I just hope that FreeBSD continues to be a rock-solid OS. Popularity is rarely a positive thing.

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RE: Right direction?
by atriq on Tue 18th Nov 2008 14:41 in reply to "Right direction?"
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I'm not sure I agree with that. As popularity grows, so do bug report counts and the pool of competent people willing to code for the project.

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