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« on: December 08, 2007, 01:25:38 pm »

 The rules & regulations for members of this forum are standard procedure,
**NO Profanity**
**NO Nudity**
**NO Insulting Remarks, Replies, etc.**
 Any user posting "any" material showing any of the above, will be banned!
**Please post all artwork in proper gallery

 This community is for artists... especially those who use Linux based graphical programs such as Gimp, InkScape, etc. It is a community of "friends" bound by a common love and appreciation for art. There is no room here for anyone who desires to insult others to make themselves feel better. Critique, commentary, and advice is more than welcome. There is a fine line between criticism and insult..... "Don't cross it" (or we'll kick your butt AngryGrin
 In addition, this is not a forum about Linux distros.... It is about Linux graphics software / applications. I will ask "please" that noone posts the typical "what distro are you using now" type of polls, etc. Thanks.
 Any topics on specific distros, should remain in relevance to graphics programs. In which case, if you are having any difficulties with a certain graphics app on a specific distro, you may want to try to get help at the repective distro's help forum. If that route fails to provide the answers you need, then you can try asking here.

All that said, Welcome friends, and we hope you enjoy your time here. Smiley
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