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Retiring from forums.debian.net

Postby dewsalad » 2012-07-29 01:28

Good afternoon, all -

I am retiring from forums.debian.net; it turns out that Xubuntu 12.04 is a better fit for my needs.

Thank you to everyone who has assisted me during my short time here.

/dew
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Re: Retiring from forums.debian.net

Postby dark_stang » 2012-07-29 03:32

Leaving after 8 posts isn't retiring. At best, it's quitting. You quitter.
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Re: Retiring from forums.debian.net

Postby Randicus » 2012-07-29 03:50

At least the person included a thank you for the help received in the farewell post. Although the farewell was unnecessary, the thank you was considerate.

Your welcome, good bye and good luck. :)
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Re: Retiring from forums.debian.net

Postby fatmac » 2012-07-29 12:08

Randicus wrote:At least the person included a thank you for the help received in the farewell post. Although the farewell was unnecessary, the thank you was considerate.

Your welcome, good bye and good luck. :)


I agree, the OP had the decency/respect for our community to give thanks for the help (s)he received whilst here.

Because they have found a distro better suited to their needs, they are leaving us, but will most likely be joining their new community.
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Re: Retiring from forums.debian.net

Postby Richard » 2012-07-29 12:17

...and possibly will be back after gaining some experience with other distros.
Debian gets better by comparison. :)
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Re: Retiring from forums.debian.net

Postby 62chevy » 2012-07-29 15:15

Richard wrote:...and possibly will be back after gaining some experience with other distros.
Debian gets better by comparison. :)



Yes and Saline is prolly the best Xfce distro from Debian I've seen. Anthony has done a superb job with Debian Squeeze and Xfce.



This has been a none paid advertisement from a user of both distros. :mrgreen:
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Re: Retiring from forums.debian.net

Postby Aquawave » 2012-07-31 04:00

There is no need for you to leave because you are changing distribution of GNU/Linux. At the end of the day we are all still using the same operating system.
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Re: Retiring from forums.debian.net

Postby Soapm » 2012-07-31 06:19

Aquawave wrote:There is no need for you to leave because you are changing distribution of GNU/Linux. At the end of the day we are all still using the same operating system.



+1

I always felt Linux was the family but I was feeling kind of lonesome...
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