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A few weeks ago, it seemed like TuxMachines was cranking out at least 25 stories a day. So far, there have only been about half that today. After the big releases (Mandriva, Ubuntu, openSUSE), you'd think the opposite would happen... I'm just curious. Maybe it has something to do with all the articles about upcoming releases, to give people a taste of what's coming?

Ah. That would explain it.

Ah. That would explain it. Sorry, get well soon! Smile

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DJ_Gentoo wrote:

A few weeks ago, it seemed like TuxMachines was cranking out at least 25 stories a day. So far, there have only been about half that today. After the big releases (Mandriva, Ubuntu, openSUSE), you'd think the opposite would happen... I'm just curious. Maybe it has something to do with all the articles about upcoming releases, to give people a taste of what's coming?

Sorry, I've been sick lately, especially today. I've got some kind of flu I guess, characterized by nausea, dizziness, and a real bad headache. I've been in bed most of the day.

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