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matzesu

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Im not aware, i know that whe tend to go off topic at older News Posts, that is somethings you cant make anything against..
But i hope whe have more discipline at Topics whit more technical meanings:
When new users search for Technical Advice, par exemple, as i hope the Pyra Release will bring us more users, and not eveyone of them will have experience whit Linux and the Pandora..
 

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You have to read my first Posts in the German Boards, at this time, i ditnt care much about spelling if i remember correctly..,
But maybe this is something for a Whole new Topic, not for a old news topic..
Or maybe your keyboard just have keys in a not optimal disposition... let's talk about it !
 

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It’s a normal German QWERTZ Layout, a pretty OLD Logitech Keyboard..
I have pretty good Blind Typing Skills, so i think it’s just the Language Barrier..
 

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I vote we take anyone who complains about grammar or spelling of the postings of any English as a secondary language participant and restrict said complainer into the German forums for no less than two weeks.

I'm actually quite impressed with matzesu's (and others) ability to carry on conversations in English, which they do as a courtesy to those of us who do not speak their native language.

So, a thank you to everyone who is defaulting to English for my/our benefit. Personally, I fully excuse any misspellings, incorrect grammar or odd turns of phrases any of you might fall into. Thank you for struggling through the language barrier for my/our benefit. It must be frustrating at times.
 

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I'm actually quite impressed with matzesu's (and others) ability to carry on conversations in English, which they do as a courtesy to those of us who do not speak their native language.
No courtesy from my end. I need English to have access to a wider range of technical sources. Here I choose English to be part of a bigger community and to improve on my English-foo. If only I'd also get corrected on every mistake and oddity in my use of English besides obvious typos to help with the improvement part. ;)
 

λ the β-Redex Reducer

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I'm actually quite impressed with matzesu's (and others) ability to carry on conversations in English, which they do as a courtesy to those of us who do not speak their native language.
I disagree. People who refuse to speak the international language (which English has become) and instead insist on speaking only their own language would mostly shoot themselves in the foot. I speak English as a secondary language and speaking English definitely benefits me much more than it benefits all of you combined.

I actually think it's lucky to not be English natively, since thanks to that I got to learn two languages without putting in much effort.
 
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