Comment 14 for bug 350246

How do I get off of this list? All I did was post a question about
Ubuntu 6 months ago and I keep getting all this stuff...
> After 15 years of working with Linux I've moved on. I decided that my
> developer and power user days were over and all I wanted to be was a
> user. I purchased a MacBook Pro and haven't thought of Linux since.
> No more BS messages that apparently have no meaning or reference
> something that no one is going to fix. Just, as the ads say, a
> machine that works.
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> Dave Bennett
> <email address hidden>
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> On 31 Oct 2009, at 11:49 AM, James Tatum wrote:
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>> Is there any consensus on what exactly should be changed here? I see
>> several suggestions in the comments:
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>> 1) Change the message, amending an apology
>> 2) Add suggestions of where to go for additional support or a second
>> try (will have to be configurable per-project)
>> 3) Put a "hot spot" on a question that's been opened longer than 15
>> days (making it super-open?)
>> 4) ???
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>> I can only assume that there was some design philosophy behind the
>> decision to close a question after 15 days.
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>> If the decision is just to make a text change, that's fine, but as
>> mentioned previously it has to be a change that's applicable to any
>> project, not just Ubuntu.
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>> --
>> Janitor's rude message
>> https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/350246
>> You received this bug notification because you are a direct subscriber
>> of the bug.
>>
>> Status in Launchpad Answers: Triaged
>> Status in “dpkg” package in Ubuntu: Invalid
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>> Bug description:
>> i tried to update and i get this message Please Help!
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