I’ve been doing some thinking about how I might be able to light a fire under this blog again and get back to a regular post schedule. I feel like I’ve exhausted much of the Ubuntu subect matter that this blog has generally focused on. In that regard I’ve been tempted to post a number of technical artices that relate to other *NIX systems, such as CentOS, FreeBSD, Arch Linux, etc. The main reason that I have not is that the historic content and name of the blog make me feel like I’m limited to Ubuntu related content as much as possible. (As well as being syndicated on the Ubuntu Planet)
So I am curious to hear back from you regarding your thoughts on opening this blog up to additional topics and platforms.
This would include many tips and tricks I’ve come across in working on RHEL/CentOS at work for the past six months as well as other systems I’ve been tinkering with, like FreeBSD, Gentoo and Arch Linux.
I realize there may be topics that extend beyond the current reader base, but my hope is that it’ll become a resource for much more than just the Ubuntu crowd. We are all in the same boat after all.
I’m going to sit on this for a bit.. please comment and let me know your thoughts. If you are open to the idea, what topics, distributions or tools are you interested in?