Becoming a Partner

Pop Horea pop.horea at
Wed Jan 11 18:08:46 UTC 2012

OK Mr. Jeff.
It is very true what you wrote. I can't deny. 
Please give me your help and become my partner. You can write an e-mail at this adress: pop.horea at or add me in messenger with pop.horea or skype: pop.horea1.
We will discuss about your account on the site.
Really need someone to work with me at this project.
I live in Romania and here it is 8 a clock. 3 or 4 hours I'm available.

 From: J <dreadpiratejeff at>
To: "Ubuntu user technical support, not for general discussions" <ubuntu-users at> 
Cc: Pop Horea <pop.horea at> 
Sent: Wednesday, January 11, 2012 7:43 PM
Subject: Re: Becoming a Partner
On Wed, Jan 11, 2012 at 10:56, Cybe R. Wizard
<cybe_r_wizard at> wrote:
> On Wed, 11 Jan 2012 07:48:03 -0800 (PST)
> Pop Horea <pop.horea at> wrote:
>> Link to the site:
> I was excited about a new Linux option for learning until I saw that it
> is video tutorials.  Count me out.  Give me text.  It is easier to DL,
> doesn't take nearly as much of my time and you can cram much more
> information into a /lot/ smaller space.

Not a bad idea for a video blog with how-tos, but I'd be more
concerned with the accuracy and overload...

Accuracy:  in the example linked above, Ubuntu has no root password by
default, so your title and some of the instruction are incorrect.
You're changing your own user password, not the Root password.  To
set/change the root password, you'd need to enable that for the root

Overload:  Half of that video is about setting up a firewall and has
NOTHING to do with changing any passwords, and isn't even mentioned in
the description of the video.

So there's at least one example (the first one I looked at) that shows
a good bit of room for improvement.

That being said, I like the concept, it just needs some polish.



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