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  1. Poll: Re: Should Reading have its own LoCo team?--Poll to be included

    I forgot to mention that I have a friend who lives close to Reading city who is trying to start a computer repair business and would love to join us. Feel free to propose days/times if it all sounds...
  2. Poll: Re: Should Reading have its own LoCo team?--Poll to be included

    I actually have made a terrible blunder by thinking you were someone I knew from high school years, who had a recent life change in Denver and used Linux to repair Windows. Clearly, I was wrong. I...
  3. Poll: Re: Should Reading have its own LoCo team?--Poll to be included

    I wanted something for fun that would simply develop companionship and overall learning. I wanted to develop a system that does exactly what I want, when I want, and how I want it--browser, OS, you...
  4. Poll: Re: Should Reading have its own LoCo team?--Poll to be included

    It was condolences. The City of Reading didn't have much in the way of cheap rentals or free halls; I burned a lot of bridges, and was working full-time, nights, and weekends at the time.

    If you...
  5. Poll: Re: Should Reading have its own LoCo team?--Poll to be included

    Sorry everyone, I never did it. I got too stressed out with work and forgot the whole thing.
  6. Poll: Re: Should Reading have its own LoCo team?--Poll to be included

    It will probably be late summer or fall before I get stuff started. I recently took a night job and am working with a new organization that would be compatible with Ubuntu, but we still need to get...
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    [all variants] Re: Would like to start new GUI

    I will post pictures sometime. I mainly want to focus on the stuff in the first paragraph. The rest was just me musing. Thanks for replying.
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    [all variants] Would like to start new GUI

    I could have sworn I posted this before. Anyhow, I'm considering starting a new GUI that's HTML wysiwyg(What You See is What You Get) based and eliminates all clicking, allowing the entire computing...
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    [gnome] I just realized

    Hey, I remembered that this kind of post is supposed to go into Idea Pool.
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    [gnome] Re: Make ubuntu look like mac os 9

    Hmm. It sounds like a good idea, but in all truth, I don't think they will do as you suggest. I'm trying to make a new desktop environment, but I don't know how to make something look the way I...
  11. Poll: Re: Should Reading have its own LoCo team?--Poll to be included

    It looks like the Operations Teams within the Pennsylvania LoCo Team are committees. So would I need to pick one of those types that I'd like my group to be?

    Or, could I just give you...
  12. Poll: Re: Should Reading have its own LoCo team?--Poll to be included

    I notice that the Forums designate you as an Ubuntu Member with all triangle-circles. Are you actually considered an employee of Canonical, because it seems as though you also sell laptops with...
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    Re: *Sob!* No one follows the rules anymore

    If this is true, then what makes who the Boy Scouts/Girl Scouts accept an issue? Certainly, we would not work with any hate group, but hate groups would be afraid of us, so that's not an issue.
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  14. Re: A open letter to the Ubuntu community re: Automatix

    I agree heartily. The staff of the Forums, of Canonical, of the LoCo teams, (and anyone I missed) are to be commended. The issue is one of obtaining the information one needs. At one point, effort...
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    Re: which car/vehicle do you drive?

    I had my first crash for running a stop sign, and even though the person that hit my back corner was speeding, I received complete blame. I was 22. She was 70. Never again, I said, and have been...
  16. Poll: Re: Should Reading have its own LoCo team?--Poll to be included

    Reading is and always was an engineering/industrial city. My physics professors like Linux because it can be customized more easily for delicate calculations(subatomic particles, to be specific). ...
  17. Poll: Should Reading have its own LoCo team?--Poll to be included

    For the record, this question would be much easier to answer if the Reading Railroad still existed in full. My parents used to take the train from Reading to Philly every morning for classes at...
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    Sticky: Re: How to join this team

    I think it would also help to list how to obtain the beta testing version of Ubuntu, which I see is Jaunty.

    Oh yes...I wanted to know if you could tell me how to make a custom penguin like your...
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    *Sob!* No one follows the rules anymore

    In theory, if the Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts were to be used, we would essentially be drafting them to distribute Ubuntu. We would ask them to stop building birdhouses and driveways as service...
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    Re: Looking for help hooking to a T.V.

    In theory, if you have the right wire, you can use Ubuntu as a cable box for a noncompliant TV, because Linux is based on analog, although it has a digital interface. What do you think?
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    Re: Able to edit polls?

    Just wondering, how do I start a poll?
    Never mind, I figured that I just had to scroll down further on the Post New Thread page (from the Forum Tools dropdown in any of the folders accessible...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Preparing for 2nd Install Attempt

    I always do the manual way even though the colors are pretty:) for the new guided interface. This time(when I installed Intrepid, Ubuntu 8.10), I decided to leave Windows XP and Ubuntu 10,000 MB...
  23. Re: Ubuntu Cycling team! looking for members!

    Please follow up on this for the current year! I am a member of a biking organization, and would be interested in more information. I've also another question: after you got support from Canonical,...
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    Sticky:Poll: Re: Welcome to the Pennsylvania LoCo Team!

    I forgot to say I'm from Lancaster County and I've moved to Reading. Given that Reading received a lot of bad ratings, I see great potential for service here, and battles with the corrupt...
  25. Sticky: Re: Pennsylvania LoCo members - Post a Link to Your Blog Here!

    http://linuxamericanfreedom.blogspot.com/

    Hey, I'm just wondering how I differentiate what I should put on the blog and what I should put on the Forums?
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