Someone kill this guy please!
"a dream laptop signed by Linus Torvalds"
What this guy think about Linux users and community?
On Wed, May 13, 2009 at 3:07 PM, Jack Aboutboul <jaa@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I just wanted to pass this on so everyone is informed about it. They are
> trying to start a social network. What do you guys think about it?
> The Linux Foundation is pleased to announce the launch of the new Linux.com.
> In addition to Linux news, product listings, and more, Linux.com is designed
> to be interactive; “for the community by the community.” After you log in to
> Linux.com with your LinuxFoundation.org ID and password you can:
> * Gain Guru Points for site contributions and compete for the "Ultimate
> Linux Guru" prize: a dream laptop signed by Linus Torvalds
> * Create a group for your LUG or developer group and invite friends to stay
> informed. (linux.com/community/groups)
> * Add an Event to the Linux.com Calendar. No event is too big or small.
> * Post a comment in our Forums to get help with Linux
> * Ask a question or give a solution in Answers (linux.com/learn/answers)
> * Add a listing or a product review in our Directory (linux.com/directory)
> * Create your own tutorial (linux.com/learn/tutorials) or blog entry
> When you add content to the new Linux.com, you gain the goodwill and support
> of your fellow Linux.com users. As you participate in the site's community
> by providing content, you will gain Guru points that will enable you to gain
> Guru status and will help you connect to jobs and collaboration
> The top-ranked Linux.com user will be recognized each year as the “Ultimate
> Linux Guru” and be given a fully loaded “dream” Linux notebook, personally
> autographed by Linus Torvalds, as recognition of his or her guru status. The
> top five contributors to Linux.com will be invited to the Linux Foundation
> Collaboration Summit to participate in the planning for the future of
> Linux.com. The top 50 Linux Gurus on Linux.com will be included in an
> annual report from the Linux Foundation. More information, including “Guru”
> point values, is available on the site at linux.com/welcome-community.
> With a blend of the old and the new in place, there's no reason to delay
> becoming a Linux Guru. Welcome back to the new Linux.com.
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