Thanks for the notification.
I don't really care because I don't go places that I would want to hide but I don't like the idea of being targeted for spam.
Last edited by patriot56; October 6th, 2012 at 12:02 AM. Reason: Re-worded original post.
Last edited by patriot56; October 5th, 2012 at 11:54 PM. Reason: Had an afterthought and added it.
http://www.googlubuntu.com/ will be tracking us while using it, but I am not sure.
I understand the desire to remain free of being tracked and recorded by Google and sorely miss Sgroogle, for Google searches without being tracked for general web-browsing.
For me, if I do use Googlubuntu to search for a term, like for example "fstab", I don't really care if they keep records of my 'buntu searches. But, each of us have to decide for ourselves, what we are comfortable with.
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Thank you. I like it and think it will make the Forums better.
Looking forwad to the changes - well done!
I was wondering why the "Other OS" category was all the way down to the bottom of the forums. Looking forward to the changes, they are well needed and will make the front of the forums much more easier to navigate around to find the correct place for a topic.
The berries were almost behaving themselves. Changes are all done now.
We're open to comments if there are some constructive ideas out there - but we will not be making wholesale changes to the order we have now.
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The new look is quite nice.
My one thought is looking at it, I noticed the subcategory Placeholder in the community discussions area. What is that? Is it new, or was it something I never paid attention to.