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Update alexa ranking[edit]

Hi! You don't really need to do itOKBot automaticly does it monthly. — Dmitrij D. Czarkoff (talktrack) 09:40, 27 May 2014 (UTC)

Hi, I know but i like to keep duckduckgo alexa ranking up to date. ویرایشگر-1 (talk)

shakira /best selling album list /laundry service[edit]

hi, [1] this link shows shakiras "laundry service" sold 20 million , therefore to include on "best selling album" list, I have had problems putting it on the list, do you have a minute to look at this thank you--65.8.187.140 (talk) 00:01, 30 March 2015 (UTC)

  • Hi, that link is invalid and don't provide any clear stats; I also searched with google and can't find any similar claim. ویرایشگر-1 (talk) 04:59, 30 March 2015 (UTC)

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You caught me[edit]

How perspicacious of you! I thought my joke/easter-egg/vandalism would stay for at least a few days. Yeah I was repelled by the pro-proprietary software userbox IN THE FREE SOFTWARE USERBOX SECTION. I've never seen sin lauded so brazenly! I'm being about 67% facetious. :P It's funny because silly user comments in wikispaces are tolerated in the form of templates and userboxes. I should make one that says: "This user thinks the above userbox is evil".--Monochrome_Monitor 17:22, 21 February 2017 (UTC)

I did create the "non-free software" section and moved those templates under it. Editor-1 (talk) 14:24, 22 February 2017 (UTC)

Thankya!--Monochrome_Monitor 16:10, 22 February 2017 (UTC)

Holy crap! Looked at your talkpage and you're a fellow traveler. Except you use gnome 3 :P I started with GNOME 3 but switched to MATE, and recently switched to Xfce. I'm probably going to switch to openbox (with nitrogen and tint2) next, but my first endeavor in that effort ended in a broken rc.xml file and something about root menu not existing. So I went back to Xfce. Might I ask what distro you use?--Monochrome_Monitor 18:45, 22 February 2017 (UTC)
Currently I use Debian, BUT I want to switch to lovely Fedora within next two weeks. Editor-1 (talk) 04:17, 23 February 2017 (UTC)


I love Debian for its community and philosophy, and of course its huge repository of packages. It is unique in its sincere yet utilitarian adherence to free software ideals. By default no non-free software, but you have the option to make parts of your computer work if they run on non-free firmware. While I love the stability of Debian I'll admit the release cycle is exhausting. I've never been one to favor rolling releases and the bleeding edge (*cough* Arch) or even the cutting edge, I just like the percieved novelty of changed. In actuality the software could be older as long as it's not static. But of course, the staticness of stable is a point of pride. When I first installed Debian I thought I didn't care about having newish software, but that was only because I didn't know of any new software that I wanted. With the openness of the FOSS community and the ease of installing via package manager, I have discovered a lot of shiny new things I'd like to try. I'm particularly excited about ring and sagemath in stretch. Also neoscreenfetch, heh. I know I could upgrade now but I'm thinking stretch will be stable around my birthday. As for Fedora, I'm curious about it. What is different from Debian, besides yum and I think SELinux? I know its more "chill" about libre and I think Linus uses it. He is not a GNOME 3 fan.--Monochrome_Monitor 09:31, 4 March 2017 (UTC)

What is different from Debian, besides yum and I think SELinux?

Dear "User:Monochrome Monitor", for various reasons, I do not like to carry on this conversation.

Thank you and good luck. Editor-1 (talk) 13:20, 5 March 2017 (UTC)

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The Master (2013 film) listed at Redirects for discussion[edit]

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Post-metal userbox[edit]

Neurosis in 2008
Cult of Luna in 2015
Russian Circles in 2015

Hey, thanks for making a userbox! However, I think it would be better to include a more representative image since Caspian are more often associated with post-rock than post-metal and the image focuses on a church, which has little significance to the genre. I would propose either one of the three on the right.

What do you think?--MASHAUNIX 13:07, 29 November 2017 (UTC)

  • Hello Mashaunix (?!), yes I know that it is a bad image and I had plan to replace it, actually I don't know Caspian, I just selected that image because I thought it is nice looking, first I selected this image of ISIS but it is very dark and is invisible in the user box, so I searched for 1 good and bright image and selected that image very hastily. I think that image of Russian Circles is good enough, this band is also a good example in this genre. Good luck. Editor-1 (talk) 05:39, 1 December 2017 (UTC)
  • Haha, I replied as to my name on my talk page. Also changed the image to Russian Circles now.--MASHAUNIX 10:49, 2 December 2017 (UTC)

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