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Old 03-06-2013, 09:12 PM   #1
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LXer: Ubuntu Membership

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Launchpad asked me if I wanted to continue to be an Ubuntu member. I thought about it, and have decided that I donít. The one thing Iíll miss is being able to post to Planet Ubuntu. But I have to be honest, there isnít an Ubuntu community any more. Thereís a Canonical community, an ubuntu-users gaggle and maybe an enthusiasts posse. But no community that makes decisions, builds a consensus, advocates or educates. Itís dead now, itís been that way for a while.



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