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#1 2008-11-09 22:11:45

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Arch Linux Newsletter for November, 2008 Discussion

http://www.archlinux.org/static/newslet … 8-nov.html

As usual we discuss everything related to the Arch Linux Newsletter here; articles, contributions, and suggestions are welcome and appreciated.

Once again, thanks for your outstanding support. Sorry for the delay, been busy with real life.

Thanks,

In the name of the Arch Linux Newsletter Team

Eduardo "kensai" Romero


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#2 2008-11-09 22:42:14

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Re: Arch Linux Newsletter for November, 2008 Discussion

Always a great read.  Thanks for the time you put in smile


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#3 2008-11-09 23:40:54

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Re: Arch Linux Newsletter for November, 2008 Discussion

Wow, prolific to say the least, this month!
Good work!

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#4 2008-11-09 23:58:50

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Re: Arch Linux Newsletter for November, 2008 Discussion

Misfit138 wrote:

Wow, prolific to say the least, this month!

Eduardo, Ronald: Here is our excuse for being late. smile

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#5 2008-11-10 00:30:36

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Re: Arch Linux Newsletter for November, 2008 Discussion

This is the first time I realized that there is an Arch newsletter. I'm quite glad I did; this thing is awesome! Great job!


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#6 2008-11-10 01:26:44

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Re: Arch Linux Newsletter for November, 2008 Discussion

elmer_42 wrote:

This is the first time I realized that there is an Arch newsletter. I'm quite glad I did; this thing is awesome! Great job!

LOL... seriously? Honestly though, great job this month (not to imply that it's not great every month)... (I've just never been in it before) tongue

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#7 2008-11-10 02:34:30

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Re: Arch Linux Newsletter for November, 2008 Discussion

Ghost1227 wrote:
elmer_42 wrote:

This is the first time I realized that there is an Arch newsletter.

LOL... seriously?

Yep, just installed Arch late last month, 23 Oct if I remember correctly. This is the first newsletter I've been around to see released.


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#8 2008-11-10 04:13:31

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Well in that case, welcome to the dark side!

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#9 2008-11-10 05:36:05

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Re: Arch Linux Newsletter for November, 2008 Discussion

Humor Section wrote:

kensai: no one cares that dev's take their spare time to compile packages for us.

So that is why this just popped up on my jabber followed by you quickly closing the chat window.  Needed more for the humor section?  big_smile

(I'm not sure if that above story is true or not but I do remember the quote...)

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#10 2008-11-10 09:30:32

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Re: Arch Linux Newsletter for November, 2008 Discussion

Allan wrote:
Humor Section wrote:

kensai: no one cares that dev's take their spare time to compile packages for us.

So that is why this just popped up on my jabber followed by you quickly closing the chat window.  Needed more for the humor section?  big_smile

(I'm not sure if that above story is true or not but I do remember the quote...)

Yeah, is based on a true story. wink


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#11 2008-12-21 08:54:13

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Re: Arch Linux Newsletter for November, 2008 Discussion

I just got all the letters from moving java to community till the new bluetooth developper this day at 1:00 am is this the fault of gmail or something on the internet went wrong?:P

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#12 2008-12-21 16:58:02

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Re: Arch Linux Newsletter for November, 2008 Discussion

Please reintroduce "Bounced" in humor section again, please big_smile
It is so funny.


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#13 2008-12-21 17:07:22

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Re: Arch Linux Newsletter for November, 2008 Discussion

R00KIE wrote:

Please reintroduce "Bounced" in humor section again, please big_smile
It is so funny.

Well, the person who used to write bounced, never got bounced back from his second try on Ubuntu, so it might be a damned column if we do it again, maybe we loose another user, and I don't want that to happen. wink


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#14 2008-12-21 17:07:51

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Re: Arch Linux Newsletter for November, 2008 Discussion

jelly wrote:

I just got all the letters from moving java to community till the new bluetooth developper this day at 1:00 am is this the fault of gmail or something on the internet went wrong?:P

Maybe your Internet is borken. big_smile


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#15 2008-12-22 18:39:20

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Re: Arch Linux Newsletter for November, 2008 Discussion

kensai wrote:
R00KIE wrote:

Please reintroduce "Bounced" in humor section again, please big_smile
It is so funny.

Well, the person who used to write bounced, never got bounced back from his second try on Ubuntu, so it might be a damned column if we do it again, maybe we loose another user, and I don't want that to happen. wink

I see, it would not be good to see someone leave and not bounce back indeed. Maybe it's just that the bounce will take a while ... I read that they always come back big_smile


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