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Hello GOL! I am a new writer here, and I will just give a brief introduction...

My name is Martin, and I am a long time Linux user and gamer... I started using Linux in 1995 and playing video games on a Nintendo(old enough, but I do not require carbon dating). I am looking forward to doing some writing for this site. I have also waged a blog-war with Uwe Gansert's blog. So feel free to leave a comment saying how GOL is way better than his blog. He does not even have forums! I will come back in a few days with some better content, but wanted to introduce myself first.

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Xpander Jan 26, 2012
and looking forward for more Game news,updates & info
Liam Dawe Jan 26, 2012
Welcome to the team :)!
mseidl Jan 26, 2012
Thanks everybody!
Hamish Jan 26, 2012
Welcome, and looking forward to your content.
Rustybolts Jan 26, 2012
Welcome to the Team bud!
MyGameCompany Jan 27, 2012

By the way, I noticed you didn't post a link to your own blog, just your "adversary's". Was that an oversight? I would think you would want to drive some traffic to your own blog...
Agmenor Jan 27, 2012
Welcome and thank you for your future content!
mseidl Jan 27, 2012
Thanks again! This is my blog here... But my coworker Uwe has a blog also, and I have been teasing him about it. And now, I have declared war on him.
KIAaze Jan 27, 2012
Hi and welcome!

So your blog is GOL?

I hope it's more of a war for fun than a serious war. :)
In any case, now I learned about Autoyast, which looks like a useful tool if you want to automate openSUSE/SUSE installations...
mseidl Jan 27, 2012
I only blog on GOL for now... It is for fun... I was making fun of his autoyast blog, but he gets an ok amount of visitors. I thought it would be fun it some people posted on his blog how GOL is better.
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