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heiowge wrote:There was a Unity screen shot in the Answers section
heiowge wrote:And if you want to say that Mint is based on Ubuntu, maybe they should include Ubuntu in the Debian score
nelz wrote:IMO there is too much focus on desktop environments and too little on the applications we run on them.
wyliecoyoteuk wrote:I expect that the Ubuntu Forums community is one of the largest.
(Not that I've counted)
el chapulín wrote:It's one of the largest if not the largest distro forum, but with one of lowest signal to noise ratios.
wyliecoyoteuk wrote:I think that sort of follows, really.
The sheer amount of traffic reduces the chance of anyone seeing, let alone replying to, any particular query.
wyliecoyoteuk wrote:There was a thread on there about this, and there are ways of timing your posts to get the best chance of a response, depending on time zones.
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