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I don't see how this would be on topic. We only support official Ubuntu flavors, and this isn't one. The problem described seems to be an issue with the modified installer so I closed the question and suggested to the OP that they open an issue on the respin's github page instead.


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No, even in that case a link alone is not a good answer. Why is this software being recommended? What makes it good? How do you use it? How can you install it? You can always add a small explanation. If you just post a link and nothing else, you are not giving us any information about this software and what it is. I do agree that software requests are a ...


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Most of times either they are half-hearted answers or they are written by questioner or there is lack of communication between questioner and commentator. Talking about my personal experience there have been multiple instances where I encounter such things. Suppose a person asks a question and some user commented "Try this" and it worked!! It might happen ...


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Tags are used to group questions that are similar or focused on a particular thing, like boot. There have been multiple instances where you tried to create tags which do not serve long lasting benefit to the site. We don't really need such tags. I left a comment for you here regarding the same (I'm not sure if you saw that). So, please refrain from creating ...


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It's already obvious from the other answers that there are multiple modes of motivation for people to contribute on Stack Exchange sites. I can subscribe to some, but also there's one more that was not yet mentioned so far: I have this drive to document and archive knowledge. In the middle ages, people like me probably worked as monastery librarians, now we ...


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I think it's right to be concerned about the possibility of mindless close voting, but I think this is not only a danger in chat - in fact it may be less of a danger there than in the queue. I also don't see any reason why moderation activity should be confined to the queues, or practised without collaboration, or left to itself. To elaborate on the first ...


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