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I noticed in the statistics page that there is a 'high' expectation for new topics in linuxforums in 2010, of 1 new topic? Why the low expectations Jason? dylunio...
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    I noticed in the statistics page that there is a 'high' expectation for new topics in linuxforums in 2010, of 1 new topic?
    Why the low expectations Jason?

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    lol
    that's great. i noticed that too, just probably a server bug

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    One topic, 2010 !!!



    I shall look forward with great expectation ...

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    Also, in the 'most viewed topics' there are admin topics that the public cant see.
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    it seems like the number of not viewable topics increases every day

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    Quote Originally Posted by lakerdonald
    it seems like the number of not viewable topics increases every day
    linuxforums.org must harbour some dark secrets
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    yeah, we all work for Microsoft in secret and we were sent here as undercover agents to infiltrate the linux community and make you all start using Windows again

    thanks for bringing the issue to my attention.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonlambert
    yeah, we all work for Microsoft in secret and we were sent here as undercover agents to infiltrate the linux community and make you all start using Windows again

    thanks for bringing the issue to my attention.
    /me smacks J.

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    That's funny.

    There's just one flaw in your theory... I don't think anyone that works for MS could be as knowledgable about Linux as the folks here!

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