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Re: [News] Ubuntu GNU/Linux Advocated in the British Press

Doctor Smith wrote:
> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> My other OS is Ubuntu
>> ,----[ Quote ]
>>> He may sound innocent, but Leigh Dyer has attempted to get
>>> Linux working on an iPod, which means help desk workers
>>> everywhere view him as "difficult". He also knows his
>>> stuff. Leigh is a software developer and systems
>>> administrator with more than 10 years Linux and Windows
>>> experience.
>> `----
>> http://www.pcauthority.com.au/BlogEntry/137715,fun-and-games-with-the-gpl.aspx
>> Pretty:
>> Ubuntu 8.10 Desktop Customization - Revert Guide
>> ,----[ Quote ]
>>> This tutorial is here because many of you have asked us to
>>> publish some instructions on how to revert our "Ubuntu
>>> 8.10 Desktop Customization Guide." And, because that guide
>>> was quite long, we decided to post a new one.
>> `----
>> http://news.softpedia.com/news/Ubuntu-8-10-Desktop-Customization-Revert-Guide-104942.shtml
>> Recent:
>> Will Ubuntu 9.04 Be Jauntily Fast?
>> ,----[ Quote ]
>>> When announcing Ubuntu 9.04, the Jaunty Jackalope, Mark
>>> Shuttleworth had hoped to make this next Ubuntu Linux
>>> release perform better and to boot "blindingly quick", in
>>> particular with Ubuntu beginning to appear on more mobile
>>> devices. Well, with Alpha 4 have been released earlier
>>> this month, are Canonical developers and the community in
>>> the right direction with making Ubuntu 9.04 boot quickly?
>>> We have boot-time benchmarks of the latest Ubuntu 9.04
>>> work along with Linux desktop benchmarks comparing it to
>>> its predecessor, Ubuntu 8.10.
>>> [...]
>>> Ubuntu 9.04 is not being officially released until April,
>>> but already it appears to be in good standing. On the
>>> Intel Atom netbook we used for this round of testing, the
>>> boot time was shaved by eight seconds, which is quite 
>>> noticeable.
>> `----
>> http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=article&item=ubuntu_904_speed&num=1
> Actually most people, help desk workers included, are going to
> view him as a nut.


Subject: Re: Roy Schestowitz
Date: Thu, 17 Apr 2008 08:37:41 +0100
Message-ID: MPG.22710e9e34014f6b9896a3@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

> He has software that takes RSS feeds, sorts them, searches for
> certain phrases, makes comments taken from a database and
> spits out the stuff to every corner of the Internet.

Unlike you - a troll with a chip on your shoulder who manually
creates so much shite aka anti-Roy spam that no-one, that's
right, NO-ONE wants to read, that you've single-handedly reduced
the appeal and effectiveness of a newsgroup.

Please, go create another group and move to it. If you really
have a voice someone wants to listen to, you'll get them moving
over to it.

You can get treatment for obsessive compulsive disorder you know!

Quando omni flunkus moritati
(If all else fails, play dead)
- "Red" Green

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