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Seems more like a part of those populations disliking each other, and wanting to express that, rather than language differences.
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For me it is there is a clear difference between a language that naturally evolved and another that was invented to severe a population from another people for second reasons. The fact the Ukrainian language had to be actively promoted by the Ukrainian government and at some extent still needs, doesn't sounds like a language that naturally evolved and is part of the identity of some people.Well, not quite. Naturally, European languages are heavily influenced by European politics; e.g. Romance languages wouldn't exist without ancient Romans and their conquests. Are they artificial too? Is that even a useful designation?
I little earlier then. But in fact it doesn't matter since Ukraine is unlikely to exist (at least as a independent country) in the next 10-25 years, except if they find some 'Lee Kuan Yew' quality leader, what seems impossible at this point. In this scenario they need an external support they don't have.That's a peculiar way of spelling XVI century and Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth
Exactly. And fellas can save extra money. That is why people should donate to FreeBSD.We have the off-topic section, profile posts & personal conversations for casual chit-chat. Much better than TV!
Read the past comments. Forget it. It just doesn't work.Can we round this off? We barely have enough moderators to keep the English sections in check. So there's no room for any other language sections at the moment.
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We have two (three actually) hidden sections. One is for moderators/admins, the other is accessible to developers only (you're not missing out on anything there, it only has three threads and one sticky that are now 9-10 years old). We also have a "trash" section but I'm not counting that. We use it to dump threads that may need additional scrutiny or could easily be restored (deleting threads is rather destructive).There can be a separate donation section, exclusively for FreeBSD Forums staff (Moderators, ... I don't know the exact heir).
Good point, thanks. I wasn't aware that such procedure is possible.but you could write a polite e-mail along with your donation
Its looks very good, well, I create a separate post to looking people from latin america
Exactly. The forum is a an interactive handbook with AI added on top.Good point, thanks. I wasn't aware that such procedure is possible.
[EDIT] I just want to emphasise on important role of the FreeBSD forums. I don't have any statistics, but I think this forum to FreeBSD project is as arch wiki to Arch linux. Compare it to something like Microsoft or Ubuntu forums. Some people will say Meh, it's just a forums. But I thinks it is as important as handbook. That was my thoughts and I happy I receive some feedback, I appreciate it.
Do not mix argentinian & others during the time when a football/soccer competition is running...
yes,here in argentina is like thatwolffnx
It was a joke, on how people from those countries are enthusiastic about their sports teams. Otherwise there's no tension between those countries. They speak the same language, and share a culture. Perhaps the joke has to do with how it was described how some Portuguese and Brazilians argued for the sake of wanting to differentiate their cultures and language.
if you not go away yet... ...what happen to you? , including mjollnir ,I newer have a problem with any of the users here related to my country
Meh, it is just a forum.[EDIT] I just want to emphasise on important role of the FreeBSD forums. I don't have any statistics, but I think this forum to FreeBSD project is as arch wiki to Arch linux. Compare it to something like Microsoft or Ubuntu forums. Some people will say Meh, it's just a forums. But I thinks it is as important as handbook. That was my thoughts and I happy I receive some feedback, I appreciate it.
This is dangerous, and I will probably soon die from it. I am living alone, there is no one here I could talk to - so I used to frequently travel around and visit certain cultural events (of a rather specific taste ) to get among people. There is nothing of this anymore, I am bound to stay in my room like I were locked into a cage, and never talk to anybody. There was a psychologist who stated that people would actually need caressing otherwise they get ill. I'm not sure about that, but certainly people need to talk to each other in a real way, otherwise they soon get crazy and very likely seriously ill. (Not all animal can be kept in cage. Some just die, for no apparent reason.)The other day I had a conversation on telephone with one of my relatives, I said it would be nice to arrange a meetup. she said, corona.
The forums are disappearing by long, already. Many of the special ones are degrading or almost dead, some have closed already 5 years or longer ago. I can somehow understand the transition to forums (more simple for the user, more control for the owner), but I do entirely not understand where people have been moving to and what they use now after they left the forums. And this is two-fold: there probably are new people coming to the internet, with new habits, and these might be satisfied with just clicking 'like' on facebook. But then, 15-20 years ago one could run a forum on some very specific topic, even on rather weird and deviant matters, and there was some gathering of people, and these -people and forums- seem to have just disappeared from the net.Moving from BBS to Usenet, I understand. Transition from usenet to forums, a mystery tour.
Ah, yes, that happened to me also. Sometimes it sounds: "yes, I have email, but I do not answer them". Or sometimes, this is just what happens. I always understood that as a way of saying <i don't want to stay in contact with you> - which is to be respected, but is still kind of strange when this developed from a meet at some venue with some brilliant exchange and the shared impression that it should be continued.Email is a major obstacle. Suggest it to people, as an alternative to messengers. First, you hear whining. Second don't expect any reply. Finally, you will be branded as a throwback.
Good point. I have never thought about it before in this context.But Forums about philosophical things, where it is not direct problem-solving, but sharing and reflecting of ideas
It's not a bad idea to have a meetup section or just one sticky thread in this forums. FreeBSD users can arrange local meetup in their towns. It's healthy.This is dangerous, and I will probably soon die from it. I am living alone.