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In general, no. You might not be able to answer requests for detail You might not be able to say what worked (if it's something that needs fixing) It's hard to think of many examples of questions that can be asked in the abstract that are about an actual system. If you think you have one, be more specific in your question here, or just ask but make it ...


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This seems to be running Ubuntu in a container of some sort. The parts inside the container would be on-topic, just like, say, a Ubuntu Docker or LXC container would be, and to some extend the parts interfacing with the containerization (e.g., networking config inside Ubuntu), but I don't see why the parts outside it would be, which would include the ...


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For awareness: I am a person with many hats, both here on Ask Ubuntu and in the Ubuntu Community at large. I'm going to split this into analysis based on which hats are on per section. Speaking with the following hats on: Ubuntu Core Developer Ubuntu Community Council The only people that can really answer "Will Ubuntu XX.YY have XYZ?" is the ...


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Huh. I don't think we have a clear rule on this. So let's make one! In my opinion, such questions should not be allowed since they are basically pointless. When an official release is out, we will be able to give a definitive answer, but until that happens, asking whether something is planned doesn't seem very useful. For one thing, plans can change, so any ...


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This question doesn't make sense. Local ballots do a much better job of explaining the implications of votes. In this case, it seems like a "yes" vote means, "we should not support extended life versions past their standard life, which is the status quo, but we're making it official" and a "no" vote means, "we shouldn't ...


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Google and DDG search engine bots crawl StackExchange sites regularly (usually every few seconds or 30 seconds or whatever they're set for), because we're high activity sites. This is just how these search indexer crawlers work, it's not an SE/AU specific thing it's just how those crawlers are written.


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