What makes a perfect newbie?
I once posted this ideal in a thread on some other BSD forum. It was prompted, at the time, in response to a thread about net decorum, or the lack thereof, among some of our newer users who were, um ... shall we say... less than patient while simultaneously less than forthcoming about the problems they wanted us to solve for them.
For republication here, I have reduced the runway, and generalized the content for all BSDs:
Note that technical expertise is not on this list of what makes an ideal newbie. I believe people should be comfortable coming here with no BSD experience and little or no technical background, but they must be willing to obtain both if they wish success.
The Perfect Newbies...
Last edited by jggimi; 27th May 2008 at 11:25 AM. Reason: typo
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