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    Re: Thank you Karmic Koala Testing and Discussion

    I for one enjoyed testing for 6 months it is nice to see the difference between 9.04 and 9.10 and be a small part of it.

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    Re: Thank you Karmic Koala Testing and Discussion

    Quote Originally Posted by kansasnoob View Post
    No sir! Thank you and many special thanks to 23meg!

    23meg has gone "above and beyond" many times in this dev process!

    I hope to see 23meg around for a long, long time!
    23meg rocks out loud!!! Thanks you sir
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    Re: Thank you Karmic Koala Testing and Discussion

    Quote Originally Posted by andrewabc View Post
    Can you keep the forum open (replies possible) a couple more days, and move it (move the forum to wherever you hide it, but keep it open)? So that people can finish conversations etc?

    It's easier to communicate here about some topics then try a conversation in normal help forums where if you create a thread it gets put on 5th page in less than 24 hours and no one sees it
    Sorry, we do not want support questions asked here after the release.

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    Re: Thank you Karmic Koala Testing and Discussion

    Quote Originally Posted by novafluxx View Post
    Been a good run fellas, its gonna be tought not having a testing forum to come to! I much prefer the people in here over the other forums lol, much more helpful and understanding!
    I know what you mean.

    We only have a week, though, between the Final Release of 9.01 and the "Toolchain Conservatively Uploaded" (11-5) for 10.04. That forum has to open pretty soon.

    https://wiki.ubuntu.com/LucidRelease...idLynxSchedule
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    Re: Thank you Karmic Koala Testing and Discussion

    It's been a fun ride... Back to Jaunty I go till the next round of Alpha's
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    Re: Thank you Karmic Koala Testing and Discussion

    Thanks to all! Can't wait to see the development plans for lucid!

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    Re: Thank you Karmic Koala Testing and Discussion

    Thanks T-V, and all the developers. See you in Lucid!

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    Wink Re: Thank you Karmic Koala Testing and Discussion

    Thanks all the developers

    see you soon in Lucid Lynx forum

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    Re: Thank you Karmic Koala Testing and Discussion

    "This was my first time!" he girlishly giggled. "They all said it would be the most wonderful experience of my life!" He burbled. He knew otherwise though. When it first went in, his box hurt like hell! And it was weeks before he could put anything else into it. Yet all of his friends talked about it like something you read online at those more sophisticated websites. Cooing and purring about how their first time was all full of warmth and love. He felt somehow older, and more experienced though. And perhaps he would try it again sometime. Just not now. For the time being, he wanted nothing more than a nice hot bath and a shave. Maybe in a few days he would again troll into the beta test area and see if anything struck his fancy. Another firm and sleek operating system for his laptop so soon after the last might get him a reputation. But he wasn't worried. There was a kind of thrill to it now!
    You don't understand. I coulda had class. I coulda been a contender. I coulda been somebody, instead of a bum, which is what I am, let's face it.

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    Talking Re: Thank you Karmic Koala Testing and Discussion

    Before you turn the lights off, can you remove 'testing' from the list for installed OS in profiles ..

    Phill.

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