On Tue, Sep 15, 2009 at 01:42 +0800, Chan Chung Hang Christopher wrote:
> >>> He became a "professional" (if he ever is) because someone
> >>> taught him.
> >> Or he taught himself.
> > Hum... what from? Google search? what did Google index?
> Ha! I was self-taught. Only took a RH300 course in all my various means
> to learn and understand Linux. The RH300 was in 2001. Started Linux in
> 1999. Have you heard of books?
Have you heard of source code? I started my unix career in a OS course
studying the source of unix release 6 at TU Berlin in 1980.
> >>> And now, he wants a "professional-only" community place?
Call it professional-only or - as I prefer - advanced, IMHO we need
such a channel in order to reduce the noise by self-overestimating
'experts' who insist on commenting even if they don't fully
understand what the problem in question is. I think this should be a
moderated, maybe even a invite-only list open to questions by anyone
but posting is restricted. A team of moderators will decide which
questions are eligible.
Just a thought
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