Just a word about the Fedora Forum topic raised by
Randika. I not sure about creating a whole new forum,
whether that is workable or not.
But Randika raised a very valid point about Fedoraforum.org
that being that in searching it, you often get outdated
and obsolete information. There is nothing worse then
having an inexperienced user trying to do something
that no longer works, because he found it on the Forum.
This user wants to do thus and such, and he ends up in a
terminal, trying to create directories or "make" something,
and screwing it all up, when the 2,674th result in that
search is some guy saying: "why don't you just yum install
the rpm from atrpms." That user would certainly wish that
his search started with that result.
That criticism is valid for all the other Linux forums also.
Google a search topic to find info about something and the
recent, up-to-date stuff might in last place out of the 2
million hits you get.
-- w Douglas Berry --