View Full Version : Regarding "My new forum"

December 15th, 2006, 10:36 PM
Hello, appearantly today you guys jailed my thread "My new forum" and appearantly didn't explain myself enough on it.
I am trying to become an Ubuntu Member, to do that, I need to help people, have decent knowlege of Ubuntu and its workings, and, for my own reasons, do something to get respect for an action that ultemately did more "good" than "bad".
1. I help people fix or figure out some solution to problems, as in here on the forums
2. I have posted some howto's on some problems that have arose, like the FrostWire connection issue
3. Am examining programs, and learning new ways to code so I can help the community in that way
and last but not least
4. Provide something that can help the community without the master present (i.e. "My new forum")

It was only made as an alternative to these forums if an answer here couldn't be reached, maybe it could happen there?
I have encountered this problems a number of times and have looked for a solution, when no "good" one could be found, I decided to make my own, and learn something in the proccess.

jdhore is currently helping me with it, and it was basely made to help people, no ads, we pay the licensing ourselves. There was no "cross" or "anit" advertising on our part meant, it was placed for helpful and information purpose, I'm sorry if I gave the wrong impression.

and no, the forums are not open-source, but, in the case of ubuntu-geek, if were paying for it, and it works, be happy.

I'm sorry for the trouble that has been caused.:-#

December 15th, 2006, 11:06 PM
I take it you are referring to this thread http://www.ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=319176

I will have a look at this and come back to you

December 16th, 2006, 12:03 AM
Sorry the message wasn't quite clear on the explanation, on the thread http://www.ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=319176 , I was on my way out to work at the moment and convinced myself that I would forget, so I planned to post it up there, and edit it when I got back. Truthfully, it is quite rushed speaking, with no "complete" sentences in it, just partial fragments.