Talk:IBM Redbooks

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Scarcity of links to this page[edit]

I added two links, in Logical volume management and Emergency Management Services . Since I don't think that two is enough to justify the removal of the tag, I leave it this way, and to the one who will add other links. --Olivier Debre 12:31, 7 September 2006 (UTC).

Link for "Citation Needed"[edit]

I recommend putting back this citation reference link that was reverted today. The link is to a page on IBM's website where they say that 6 million Redbooks are downloaded each year -- this corresponds to the number 500,000/month mentioned in the article, where the "citation needed" request is: IBM Redbooks sponsorship "With over six million downloads per year..." —Preceding unsigned comment added by Snarkosis (talkcontribs) 00:36, 20 November 2010 (UTC)