Ghacks has seen some changes in the last two months with the addition of Jack and his Linux articles and Daniel's web development series. A question that came up was if those two (or one of them) should be moved to a separate blog.
I still have not come to a decision and I thought it would probably be best to ask the ones that are affected by the decision (that would be you). Two blogs would make it easier to concentrate topics for a certain user base with the option to visit both if both types of content would be interesting to you.
The main question is whether the content should be separated and if that is the opinion of the majority which content should be moved to another blog.
My initial thoughts were to move the web development topics to a new blog and also some of the advanced Linux topics. The new blog would be some sort of uberGhacks for advanced users.
Please vote and let us know which content should be moved to a separate blog if you select Yes.
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