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Gaël Duval, Ulteo, & Screenshot

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LXF 85 is available at the newsstands since Sep. 21 (in Britain), and it was sent to subscribers about one week earlier. Something new (and more than NOTHING) is publicly known to the readers of LXF, and absolutely n-o-b-o-d-y said a word on it! The Ulteo coverage (pp. 60-63) starts with two pages of babbling. Then... Screenshot, speculation, and then Gaël Duval Reacts In Full!

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You're post didn't make any sense...

Bulletin Board Systems. web browsers, cookies, terminals, logins, administrators, groupware, Microsoft and maybe Ajax? I think you have to explain this post.

Anyway, end users are always clueless whatever operating system you put them on and
they seldom do the administration.

You did it again mate.

If you're so concerned about people getting pissed on you, why write in a fashion that certainly will do so? This is an CMS driven (Drupal) site which allows everyone to contribute content. That doesn't mean there's no rules to follow. In most cases the front page quotes other sites. As people who uses Drupal and know how it works, this is what the feed will contain.

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