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Is a question about third party software on topic if there is no reference to Ubuntu?

I agree with the previously posted answers, but I want to say simply that I think we should assume that an OP posted here because they are using Ubuntu, until there's some evidence to the contrary. I ...
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Is a question about third party software on topic if there is no reference to Ubuntu?

On topic (usually) I would generally consider a question on-topic if the question is about software that runs natively on Ubuntu, especially if it is in Ubuntu repositories. In these cases, I would ...
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Is a question about third party software on topic if there is no reference to Ubuntu?

Note: Opinions ahead ... Q. In such cases should we assume that the OP is using a supported (not EOL) official flavor of Ubuntu and leave leave it as on-topic? This is generally how I approach things ...
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Is asking questions about the ubuntu wiki off-topic

Off topic. I would argue that we are not the right place to solve technical issues with the Ubuntu Wiki. As far as I know, that is a Canonical thing, we do not administer it, we cannot access its logs,...
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Is asking questions about the ubuntu wiki off-topic

In general... There has been a range of viewpoints on the more general question raised here of: 'Is asking questions about the Ubuntu wiki off-topic?' For me the viewpoint that has resonated the most ...
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Is asking questions about the ubuntu wiki off-topic

On-topic The list of acceptable topics is posted at https://askubuntu.com/help/on-topic Questions that you may ask: Using and administering official Ubuntu flavors: Ubuntu, Ubuntu Budgie, Ubuntu MATE,...
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