Server Fault – Part Wiki, Digg/Reddit, Blog, and Forum

Server Fault and StackoverflowSince I really like the SysAdmin Network I was excited for Server Fault to go to beta. Now I’m hooked.

It’s an easy-to-read layout of questions ranging from Mac OS X (which I use) to Windows (where I make my money) to Unix (where I got my start). Its range is as wide as the industry in which we work.

In their own words, here is what Server Fault is all about:

“What’s so special about this? Well, nothing, really. It’s a Q&A website for system administrators and IT professionals. The only unusual thing we do is synthesize aspects of Wikis, Blogs, Forums, and Digg/Reddit in a way that is somewhat original. Or at least we think so.”

If you’re not a member of Server Fault, I highly suggest becoming one. It’s a great resource for getting answers from those who really know their stuff. I’m seriously considering placing their logo and link on our purchase receipts so that our customers (Admin Arsenal is a tool for sys admins) will also know where to go.