Off Topic Chit Chat - (Silliness factor 5)

someone posted screenshots of endevour os .... i guess i m not the only defaulter

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That does not make it better. If someone else jumps off a skyscraper, do you do it too? :wink:

From Garuda Team?

Seems enough :smiley:

But feel free to maintain :slight_smile:

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The only one post about is yourself.

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you might be confusing it with sway.

btw i reinstalled garuda qtile today and there was a config error in the live installer but somehow i installed it.. same config error after installing it... so had to download my config file and noticed that "albattery" module was not working... so i had to comment that out and everything was good... after using it for few minutes garuda pushed an update and all my config was gone.... i like the new config though... just minor reconfig and everything working fine...

config.fish working fine too

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What's next a app that does your laundry. /j

Please stop with the shorteners like /w /j and so on.

A great many Garuda Linux users are not Native American speakers, or even as Americans are not familiar with these abbreviations.
Thank you for your understanding.

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It is not a shortener it indicates the tone as some people might have difficulty understanding it.
EDIT: link Tone Indicators and How to Use Them - The New York Times

No matter what you call it, I don't know it.

I already have to search the web enough, so I don't need this too.

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Try to use emoji instead.
I don't think that many people use tone indicators, at least not here.

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so that's what this is about. God I'm so old

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Yes, I would like a foghorn as a signal!

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we use encrypted pigeons for that

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Give me a pair of :athletic_shoe: with laces and I'm :confused:

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No we use eagles.

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I feel like one of the oldsters in the South ParQ Vaccination episode right now, since the ol' lady and I got J&J Covid-19 jabs this morning. :syringe:

Look out, you kids!!!

:smiley: :smiley: :smiley:

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What are the necro-bumping rules in Garuda? Do they apply for stuff in the Community Section?

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Just don't revive months old thread unless very necessary. Start a new tthrwad instead. In new thread, you can refer old thread though.

Well, if it is general thread, like this one, you can revive it freely.

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The general rule of thumb is don't necro technical threads. There is one exception to this general rule of thumb. If on a technical thread that is older you have discovered a new solution that is pertinent to the issue at hand then feel free to add your new solution.

What we don't like to see is someone necroing a year old technical help request with:

"me too, I've exactly the same thing"

Chances are it's not exactly the same thing and the user should always open a new technical help request rather than bumping a long dormant technical help request.

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Who is nina?