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December 20, 2010

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I'm still on V5R4, and especially appreciate tidbits that work back here. Of course, I completely understand that there are more goodies on the newer releases. I read those posts too, filing the ideas for the future. I guess my point is that even if I don't use something immediately, if I've heard about it, I'm far more likely to think about using it in the future.

Keep up the good work and we'll see you in 2011!

You guys are doing a great job. I think talking about the topics that might not have registered in our minds (or we just completely missed them) is a good idea.

And I agree that this blog is a good place for us in the community to refer back to - sometimes just to proclaim that IBM is in fact furthering this platform and modern documentation/marketing practices (i.e. blogging).

Thanks for all the hard work,
AaronBartell.com

First of all, thank you very much for your hard work: I think that we really need a blog like yours in order to keep this beautiful platform alive and kicking.
I think we need posts both on new features and on existing ones, since there is so much to know better on AS400 (pardon me, but I still like this name :-)
Finally, in one of next posts I'd like to understand better how to set-up Linux partitions.

Not trying to raise a ruckus, but I just thought of an issue I have had, and one that plagues the platform, that I am hoping you could create a blog entry for.

Blog entry title: How to obtain a new IBM i 520 machine

I am not even sure where to start with such an en devour because I have never ventured to order a new machine through traditional channels - I instead go through PartnerWorld ISV channels which is still quite the laborious task for both myself and the back-end IBM ordering process.

In the past IBM's answer to my wish would be "well, there are so many variables involved, we just don't think that could be documented". And to that I would say: "And you wonder why your sales aren't growing significantly."

Like I said, I don't mean to step on any toes, but this is something that we NEED.

AaronBartell.com

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