Donncha O Caoimh wrote:
> Hey Kae,
>> It's a nice idea but I'm going to be devil's advocate here.
> There are loads of sites already dedicated to this topic. What
> advantage does targetting the small Irish population of LAMP
> developers when we're English speaking, and have resources like
> webmasterworld et al at our disposal?
> Sorry for putting a downer on the idea, I just don't see the "why" of it.
because it's handy to know that the people you're chatting to probably
bought their hardware from the same place, so hardware problems can be
also, if someone needs a hand setting up their machine, and is really
stumped, it's possible that a reader of the forum can physically take a
also, very large communities can be daunting.
if you are an employer, you can ask on the forum for any interested
potential employees. Vice versa for out-of-work developers.
besides - I like the idea that the person I'm collaberating with is
potentially someone I can meet in a bar some day for further discussion.
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