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Old 11-28-2018, 10:57 AM   #556
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Hi,

I created Slackware is alive!!! It's Alive!! It's Alive!! thread because of the negativity towards Slackware. Some poor responses to the thread Is Slackware dying? caused me some concern. I did not want to reply to that thread but I wanted a thread that did show Slackware is a continued active developed Gnu/Linux with that point should not be ignored.

Rumors and poor points of view have no place on this forum.

Hope this helps.
Have fun & enjoy Slackware!
 
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Old 11-28-2018, 12:27 PM   #557
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Hi,

I created Slackware is alive!!! It's Alive!! It's Alive!! thread because of the negativity towards Slackware. Some poor responses to the thread Is Slackware dying? caused me some concern. I did not want to reply to that thread but I wanted a thread that did show Slackware is a continued active developed Gnu/Linux with that point should not be ignored.

Rumors and poor points of view have no place on this forum.

Hope this helps.
Have fun & enjoy Slackware!
So you opened one more useless thread to answer a useless thread. And we already had a similar one. To me this is just answering spam by spam, why not just don't feed the trolls instead? When I open LQ that's most often to check if if I can be of any help. Such threads make that harder, decreasing the signal/noise ratio of this forum.

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Old 11-28-2018, 12:35 PM   #558
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Hi,

I disagree! I as a LQ member have the right to generate a thread with my opinion for a situation relative to the forum. There have been several negative replies & slanted thread opinions posted about Slackware on the Slackware forum.

As you are a LQ member then you too have those same rights via LQ Rules and I will respect that. You can judge and call it more noise but that too is your opinion. My posting history does show my intents when posting here at LQ. Not meant as spam but try to inform and provide a valid view point/opinion.

Hope this helps.
 
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