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    Thumbs up Networking

    I have seeked through the forums to look for somwere to post about networking? is there any allocated forums if not could there be room for one to be made?

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    I concur, that would be a neat section to have.

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    Networking as in system networking, or networking in human terms?
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    System networking,

    routers, switchers servers etc

    would be a great resource to have....

    =]
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    Quote Originally Posted by optiplex View Post
    wifi hotspot, direct computer networking, connect with routers, switches and serverrouters.
    Keyword stuffing?
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    Hmm I don't know, wouldn't such topics easily fall into the Computers category already?
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    Quote Originally Posted by WA View Post
    Hmm I don't know, wouldn't such topics easily fall into the Computers category already?
    Or possibly a subforum under it. I don't think it would warrant it's own forum though.
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    I'd say a sub forum at the least. Computers is a very broad topic and network infrastructures requires a different skill than computer hardware and software. Though they work together, it's pretty different.

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    Quote Originally Posted by votter View Post
    I'd say a sub forum at the least. Computers is a very broad topic and network infrastructures requires a different skill than computer hardware and software. Though they work together, it's pretty different.
    agreed =]
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    The question really isn't if networking should be categorized separately from general computing. The question is if Coding Forums has enough members who need to discuss networking to justify a separate forum or subforum.

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    That may be true, but does it really hurt adding in a sub forum or another forum?

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    Quote Originally Posted by votter View Post
    That may be true, but does it really hurt adding in a sub forum or another forum?
    Such words of wisdom,

    and their is only one way to find out?
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