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Old 08-09-2018, 03:14 PM   #16
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All other issues aside, including but not limited to AlienBob's debate-ending statement that he would do one release of ktown per month, we're talking being behind one POINT RELEASE here.

Get a clue.
 
Old 08-09-2018, 05:26 PM   #17
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I find disturbing that your asshole-metter is divided in darths...
Phbbt. Imagine the types of meters that use my nick for units of measure.

Then again, maybe you don't want to.
 
Old 08-09-2018, 05:38 PM   #18
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If you would have taken your thumbs out of your ass and had checked my repository and my blog, you would have seen that I never follow all releases. My own schedule is: one ktown release per month, using the most recent versions of whatever is available at that very moment.

Let me be clear. I have seldom seen morons as big as you. Even Darth is not such an asshole. This post gives you a place in my killfile (I find that term more appropriate to my feelings right now than the politically correct "ignore list").
You do not dictate my life. You are insulting my efforts. Welcome to the Darth Vader fan club. *PLONK*

Edit: for a4z, here is the screenshot of the content of that message you do not see since the OP is already in your killfile
That's enough Eric words hurt. And it is not really KISS we love your work Enough fighting.
 
Old 08-09-2018, 05:42 PM   #19
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Good of you to respond Eric, but the OP is nothing but a trollpost and should be treated with as much regard.

As for Darth, well, I've said before he does have worthwhile contributions to make, and he has helped me before ["use the UUIDs, Luke!"], but he also loves the odd trollpost. He's not quite as brazen and bored as the OP, though. Nothing to see here, carry on.

EDIT: just look at the topic title. Ultra-troll.

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Old 08-09-2018, 05:54 PM   #20
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Excuse me?

What's the problem with me here?

I swear am perfectly fine if Eric do the next Plasma5 release on 2038! No problemo! Honestly, I will love if he will do the next Plasma5 release on A.D. 2038.

BUT, I believe that some people overacts and other cannot handle that someone has a different opinion. Apparently the North Korea has so many fans...

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EDIT: just look at the topic title. Ultra-troll.
Unless you had been read the Eric's blog, where's mentioned that our BDFL is inclined to consider the "greatest and mightiest" Plasma5 version according with no one else than Eric.

For me, the title of this thread is a direct reference to these words.

https://alien.slackbook.org/blog/pat...th-kde-plasma5

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Old 08-09-2018, 07:12 PM   #21
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If you would have taken your thumbs out of your ass and had checked my repository and my blog, you would have seen that I never follow all releases. My own schedule is: one ktown release per month, using the most recent versions of whatever is available at that very moment.

Let me be clear. I have seldom seen morons as big as you. Even Darth is not such an asshole. This post gives you a place in my killfile (I find that term more appropriate to my feelings right now than the politically correct "ignore list").
You do not dictate my life. You are insulting my efforts. Welcome to the Darth Vader fan club. *PLONK*

Edit: for a4z, here is the screenshot of the content of that message you do not see since the OP is already in your killfile
You, Sir you are overacting! And your wording will embarrass even an old Dutch sailor.

Since years from when I read this forum, the OP is the first one who can't wait your KTown releases and you put him in blacklist...
 
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Old 08-09-2018, 07:19 PM   #22
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a thread that starts like this (see attached picture) can only be terrible, so vote it like this

Admins, I think you can close this stupid provocation to a person that has a full time job, a family, and does a great job for the Slackware community.
Actually I think the OP should be blocked for some days (365+) to have time if this is a nice and productive way to contribute to this community.
If you have no clue what they discuss on this thread, why you post here, then? And how you assume those "stupid provocations" if you are unable to read the arguments?

Just like you done in that XFCE live installation thread where you done your best on wandering the woods about C++. I read your off-topic there.

So, your feelings are still hurt after that multilib scandal? That's why you continue to call for banning people?

Apparently you refuse to understand that Mr. Volderding is the one who chosen to make Slackware64 without multilib and is hard to believe that he will change that.

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Old 08-09-2018, 07:31 PM   #23
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My tinfoil senses, which are quite keen, has me ponder the idea if ZhaoLin, Darth and LuckyCyborg could be one and the same. The cadence, writing style and general attitude are too similar to be a mere coincidence. I suppose only a mod. or Jeremy could confirm this.
 
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Old 08-09-2018, 07:38 PM   #24
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Do not bother to think about me too much because I do not have the habit to post on this forum too much. Like you see, I made 340 posts in 8 years.

To be honest today I come here to ask for some clarifications about how to use overlayfs for my pet project with Slackware and Plasma5 within 5GB, but reading these posts make me feel that's best to come back next year, if I will ever come back.

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Old 08-09-2018, 07:42 PM   #25
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Do not bother to think about myself too much because I do not have the habit to post on this forum too much.

To be honest today I come here to ask for some clarifications about how to use overlayfs for my pet project with Slackware and Plasma5 within 5GB, but reading these posts make me feel that's best to come back next year, if I will ever come back.
 
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Old 08-09-2018, 11:00 PM   #26
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I think the Plasma 5 discussion should go the way of systemd on this subforum until our BDFL decides the future of KDE support in Slackware 15. There is no reason to have these threads harassing the community provider of Plasma 5. No one is making people use Plasma 5. Its not part of Slackware Current.
 
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Old 08-09-2018, 11:21 PM   #27
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Do not bother to think about me too much because I do not have the habit to post on this forum too much. Like you see, I made 340 posts in 8 years.

To be honest today I come here to ask for some clarifications about how to use overlayfs for my pet project with Slackware and Plasma5 within 5GB, but reading these posts make me feel that's best to come back next year, if I will ever come back.
Do as you wish, but I haven't seen Alien Bob flame people who simply ask for help.
 
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Old 08-09-2018, 11:27 PM   #28
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People from all over the world post on this board, so it could be as simple as a language problem, that is, "English as a second language," or third or fourth, etc.
I'm pretty sure English isn't Alien Bob's mother tongue.
 
Old 08-09-2018, 11:35 PM   #29
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I'm pretty sure English isn't Alien Bob's mother tongue.
I've noticed.
 
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Old 08-10-2018, 12:14 AM   #30
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https://www.kde.org/announcements/plasma-5.13.4.php

I am aware that following the Plasma5 development is like walking on a treadmill, according with Mr. Volkerding, or how Darth Vader says in his colored style, it has an infernal pace.

But is supposed us to test carefully this Plasma5, and I seen no sign on KTown about Plasma5 5.13.4, which probably will be very interesting for us to test it.

So, the Plasma5 treadmill runs so fast even for Mr. Hameleers and his almighty ThreadRippers?

Because you didnít do it.
 
  


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