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    Re: What's exactly the link between Canonical and the Ubuntu Forums?

    What??? I have listened to every word that has been said to me and I have replied to each with reasoning and arguments. The same cannot be said from your side. You are constantly reminding me of the...
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    Re: What's exactly the link between Canonical and the Ubuntu Forums?

    You have stubbornly decided to ignore my words. That's up to you. "With or without consultation" is where the lack of respect lies, in case you are wondering.

    No matter what these forums were...
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    Re: What's exactly the link between Canonical and the Ubuntu Forums?

    My concerns have nothing to do with what the Code of Conduct says, but how the structure of power in these forums has been formed. It's not the law itself but how the law can be applied (by the...
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    Re: What's exactly the link between Canonical and the Ubuntu Forums?

    Thanks. I'll still wait for Canonical's reply, but according to this, Canonical is directly supporting these forums.

    This is a VERY sad day for me. I have to stop supporting Ubuntu from now on.
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    Re: What's exactly the link between Canonical and the Ubuntu Forums?

    Nobody said so.
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    What's exactly the link between Canonical and the Ubuntu Forums?

    I would like to know what's Canonical's involvement in these forums, if and how do they represent Canonical and what's Canonical's roll in them and viceversa.

    I'm asking this because I have...
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    Re: Shamefull abuse of power

    Officers: you may have the power, but that doesn't make you right. You have NOT answered my claims or questions whatsoever. Anyone reading this thread can see that.

    I'm sorry for these forums and...
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    Re: Shamefull abuse of power

    You are not answering my questions.
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    Re: Shamefull abuse of power

    And please, for clarification, let me (all of the forum members actually) get this straight:

    Is it forbidden from now on to discuss about "closing a thread because it's old" or isn't?

    Can we,...
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    Re: Shamefull abuse of power

    It's not just "my" opinion or personal preference. I backed my statements with arguments. You haven't. If all you can do is repeating staff is allowed to make arbitrary decisions without further...
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    Re: Shamefull abuse of power

    I'd love to see some more reasonings and less appealing to authority. I still haven't seen addressed the absurdity of the decision taken by P_quarles or the policy behind it. I would expect the...
  12. [ubuntu] Evolution: AutoComplete from sent addresses

    Because of these forum policies of closing old threads for no logical reason (and not allowing us to debate about it), I have copied and pasted an old thread you can see here. Since I just stumbled...
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    Re: Shamefull abuse of power

    I'm sorry but some policies can't be called anything but "stupid". It's no like "stupid" is THE insult of the century, it's just that there's no other way to call something so illogical as the policy...
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    Re: Shamefull abuse of power

    I absolutely agree on this, and if I must apologise I'll be the first. But the fact will remain that Mr. P_quarles triggers his gun too easily and with little to no respect to others. Will the thread...
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    Shamefull abuse of power

    I didn't know this resolution center existed, so I have been reading a few of the recent threads here and I must confess I'm really apalled. I used to worship these forums for their display of common...
  16. Re: What alcohol do you drink on Christmas/New Year?

    All of it ;-)

    No, really, we have Ribeiro and Albariño white wines from Galicia, Spain, and Ribera del Duero or Rioja red wines (both from Spain) for meals. Cava from Catalonia, Spain (cava is...
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    Re: Perhaps Linux isn't such a great concept.

    Actually, one of the biggest problems in Linux development is that programmers do design software and there are very few software designers non-programmers that work in the free software arena;...
  18. Re: Closing threads after 1 or 2 years is completely stupid

    +1

    I have found threads only a few months old that are already in the archive and can't be replied to. Stupid indeed.
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    [ubuntu] Re: How to hide international fonts?

    I've stumbled upon this thread while looking for a way to hide that lot of international fonts I absolutely don't need in my word processing or spreadsheets. But I do not want to remove them because...
  20. [ubuntu] Re: Does Banshee watch folders for new/deleted media files?

    Which features is Rythmbox lacking that Banshee provides?
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    [ubuntu] Re: Dell Mini 12 with Ubuntu preinstall?!?

    The Mini 12 is now in European Dell sites pre-configured with Ubuntu 8.04! (I've checked Spain, UK and Germany, but it's probably the same in other EU countries). As a matter of fact, there's no...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Skype, Bluetooth and Intrepid

    Yes, that happens here. I got audio on both sides at some point while struggling with it the whole weekend, but I'm back again to left channel only.

    I don't know if it's the poor PulseAudio...
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    Re: A little rant on "user friendly"...

    That doesn't mean it can't be determined at any given point in time. All appliances change features over time, adapting their models and designs to the times. EDIT: And still, there's a finite and...
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    Re: A little rant on "user friendly"...

    That's quite an interesting approach to the endless discussion of how to address the "ordinary people" needs vs "power users" needs. The nice thing about computers (and Linux shines at this) is that...
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    Re: A little rant on "user friendly"...

    But it actually exists a FINITE and SPECIFIC list of things everyone wants to do with computers. As a matter of fact, the software that Ubuntu installs by default makes one pretty list of this kind....
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