Link to this post 28 Apr 09

According to the SUSE Enterprise and openSUSE Forums, shouldn't there also be a Red Hat Enterprise Linux and CentOS forum?

Or could we miss the SLES Forums? Maybe it's getting crowded araound here, if every Distri get's its own area

Link to this post 13 May 09

If every Linux distro got their own area, there would be 616 areas, according to distrowatch. i, for one, like the idea. so stand up, all, Orange Sombrero users!

Link to this post 13 May 09

I don't know where to post this, but this topic is close enough I guess.

I feel that there should be a Gentoo/Sabayon section of the forums. If not, at least an "Other Distros" section should be available. I also feel that there should be a cafe section for general Linux discussion.

Link to this post 14 May 09

Wouldn't non Fedora fall under the Redhat option?

Link to this post 14 May 09

redhat and centos should be one forum b/c they're the same code. if someone has a problem on redhat, it applies to centos as well. likewise the solution would be relevant on both. and even in the rare event that a post is specific to one or the other, the title of the post will clear that up at a glance... to save space, like distributions should combined.

Link to this post 14 May 09

Yeah, I tend to agree. The enterprise community around RHEL + CentOS/Scientific/etc. (all rebuilds of Red Hat Enterprise Linux) is really one group of people. Where they have to act differently is elsewhere, when exercising their subscription from Red Hat. Which doesn't apply to discussions.

There is a fair chance that someone using Enterprise Linux is also using CentOS, etc.. No need to segregate.

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