LXer: What Happened to Fire on Linux Today?
Feb 26, 2006, 21:15 (88 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Roger Moore)
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"I quickly realized that the Linux Today discussions were
nothing like the eWeek talkbacks. These were a lot more serious,
insightful, and mature. It was a great place for a newbie to learn,
and for old hackers to mingle. Over the years I saved quite a few
'memorable quotes' from some of the most prolific posters such as
Dean Pannell (a.k.a. dinotrac), 'Nicholas Donovan,' 'Art Cancro,'
'AJWM -- Alstair,' 'Eric Laffoon,' 'Jimmy the Geek,' 'Gary
Edwards,' and many others. I think that many Linuxers today owe
these people a lot of our current understanding of the issues
"Now, however, Linux Today seems to be a far different place.
There is still a fair amount of responses to certain articles, and
Linux is still being defended and explained. But, some of the old
flame seems to be gone..."