Actually, speaking of being friendly, helpful and Folding on Linux, I was wondering if you might be interested in writing a simple guide. I was thinking about trying to spruce this place up a bit. I hope no takes this as disrespectful, but it seems like parts of this place have become a museum. I never knew Gordon, I try to honor his and Rose's memories (I've Folded for Rose before and would gladly do so again), but it seems (to me anyways, I might not have the right depth or perspective) like this place kind of locked up. I think we can honor the past while living in the present. I believe G would have wanted Folding and Team 11108 to carry on strong. There has been a resurgence of activity here and if we want to build on the momentum I think we need some updated info. I've been plotting on adding to the informative stickies. Actually, I think it would be nice to lock some of them and start fresh, maybe sticky a couple of running threads, but none of that is wholly necessary. Anyways, since I don't have Linux Folding experience (or much Linux experience), I thought that you might be able to write a Linux guide for the "New to Folding..." sticky. I'll do a Windows one (plum job).
*edited for visual clarity as per Gero1369*
No offense taken, crwlngkngsnk. It's way too easy to misunderstand people online.
And, a Linux How-to? Hmm, my one problem with doing anything is not knowing how to start and how to end it so I have many unfinished projects lying around. I will try to put together a rough draft over the weekend, if I get time. Then let the community comment on it. I'm thinking a simple how-to on "getting up and running for a linux noob" would be good. There are some things with running on linux that are not intuitive like on Windows.