[lubuntu-users] Lubuntu Bug Day Ubuntu On Air Session at 19:00 UTC

scrooyahoo at riseup.net scrooyahoo at riseup.net
Tue Jul 26 07:52:30 UTC 2016

:-) what is the address, i'll send a handwritten message (i do not 
*need* to use the internet?)

I do understand, that it's not really in canonicals hands, but it really 
pisses me off that every tiny attempt i do to get a little bit of 
privacy is undermined by whole automated systems that keep kicking me 
around until they still have my details...

It's just BRUTAL, and Canonical / *buntu / freenode should not look away 
from this shit.

Before WWII the people in germany looked away / did nothing / followed 
orders, and we all know how that played out right?

So i'm not going to igore this and sat *Sorry*  not my depertment.

I'm HUMAN and privacy IS my department, Without privacy I cannot be 

Afterall Ubuntu is an ancient African word meaning ‘humanity to others’.

So if this is not the case then Canonical should not use the word.

And it sucks that I feel the need to defend myself here. (of all places)

Has it really come THIS FAR?

It's just SAD First the yahoo/gmail spam issue and now this.

What's next? will the US govrnment force me to wear a badge that says 

Yahoo tags me, Google tags me, CAPCHA tags me, Paypal, Ebay, Amazon and 
they ALL SHARE the tags trough DMARC.ORG.

Lets see how long it takes until Ubuntu One will join the DMARC cartel.


PLEASE.  this is going WAY to far.

I'm not willing to fight this fight, and especially not here. But i cant 
keep my mouth shut. Everywhere i go.
Spam discrimination

I now start to understand how Jews must have felt 75 years ago.

I'm pissed.

Nothing personal against you Simon, just large scale corporate sadness.

On 2016-07-26 09:04, Simon Quigley wrote:
> That's where Lubuntu hosts it's IRC channels and we don't plan on
> changing that any time soon. Sorry.
> If you want to avoid it, just send emails to the mailing list with
> your results. You don't *need* to use IRC. :)
> --
> Simon Quigley
> tsimonq2 at ubuntu.com
> tsimonq2 on Freenode

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