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Is there any good IT community (developers, admins, managers) web site, where we all can exchange information, ideas, write reviews, articles and etc. Almost the same, what was asked here: http://serverfault.com/questions/53599/server-admin-community-on-a-blog-platform

Can you help me to find?)

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This should be Community Wiki –  Izzy Oct 9 '09 at 23:53
    
Also somewhat related to this very recent post: serverfault.com/questions/53599/… –  Wesley Oct 10 '09 at 3:31

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okey dokey. There are a ton and a half of sysadmin sites. You're on what I would consider the biggest technical site.

Check out http://www.sysadmin-network.com

Also, in terms of blogs that I like:

Mine: http://www.standalone-sysadmin.com Others: http://www.planetsysadmin.com http://www.sysadminbloggers.com/planet

There are a great many. Also, do a search for #sysadmin on twitter. It'll introduce you to a bunch of great sysadmins.

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That last link appears dead at the moment. –  John Gardeniers Oct 10 '09 at 3:20
    
+1 for using the term "Okey Dokey". =) Oh, and for tipping me off to sysadmin-network.com too. Never heard of that place before. Expect to see a certain goofy kitten amongst your ranks as soon as I can convince the administrator to accept my membership submission... –  Wesley Oct 10 '09 at 3:21
    
Sysadmin-network.com is an example, but it's community is small and comments are posted rarely. stadalone blogs are not what I wanted. I wanted social network of sysadmins|devs, where they can share their experience and get comments on it from others. Ex: planetsysadmin.com requires your own blog and readers leave a small amount of comments, thats not cool. –  TiFFolk Oct 10 '09 at 7:49
    
TiFFolk: Seriously, there aren't many resources for this. Sysadmin Network does have a relatively small user base, but it's also relatively new. Join and start a discussion. The more it gets advertised, the more people start using it. It's the kind of forum that you're looking for, I think. Have you tried IRC? #LOPSA is full of system administrators –  Matt Simmons Oct 10 '09 at 14:50
    
if you want blog-type conversations, LiveJournal has several sysadmin communities –  dyasny Feb 9 '10 at 21:15

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