On 11/17/08, FBSD UG <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Great, very useful!
> Thanks a lot!
There was a bsdforums.org before, and closed down, and now
I don't see the point of having an official forum from freebsd.
If for announcement purpose, a dynamic webpage should do just fine.
Totally my own idea
> On 16 nov 2008, at 17:04, Brad Davis wrote:
> Dear FreeBSD users,
>> 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
>> You can register and start using our new service here:
>> http://forums.FreeBSD.org <http://forums.freebsd.org/>
>> The structure of the forum is still in a late beta stage, so if you have
>> ideas, suggestions for improvements or bug reports, send them to:
>> forum-moderators at FreeBSD dot org.
>> Please also have a look at our rules before you create your first thread
>> or post your first message. You can find our official list of forum
>> rules here:
>> Also, FreeBSD developers (people with commit access to our CVS/SVN trees)
>> can be distinguished by having an '@' character at the end of their
>> It is our hope that both users and developers will find this new service
>> useful. Please help spread the word.
>> The FreeBSD Forums Admin Team
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