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This looks pretty awesome.
 
Hey all, my raspberry pi blade center/ 5.25 PC mount case is complete.  Thingiverse link http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:977346 and all of my source files are in my github  https://github.com/scratchhax/3DPrinting/tree/master/Blade_Center  .  Previously posted the WIP in +Raspberry Pi , but this is the completed project. 
This is a stackable case for the raspberry pi that allows you to create a blade center type setup or you can mount one of these cases in a standard 5.25 PC mount and have a Pi in your PC.
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For us, Hello Build Servers!
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Cloudrino is offering cloud servers for life for those who sign up FYI. https://www.cloudrino.net/?ref=10294
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You just jumped the queue
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+Daniel Foré​ looks like that method of revenue is actually becoming more popular. http://www.exilemod.com/download/
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Heading to bed. If ya'll have any other questions - Hit our QA and i'll ensure they're answered.
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+Donald Pakkies​ its a conspiracy
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Abstract Studio Q/A while we work. Ask away. 
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Ignoring developers and forcing them to call you out in public is not ok. If the issue isn't solved you should stay on top of it let the developer know what's going on and the steps you're taking to improve the situation. Or let them know straight up in a professional manor that it won't be solved. Let them know promptly so they can manage their expectations and responsibilities.

This is some pretty bad PR. It's also an example of something that holds Ubuntu back. Their community support.
 
To Whom It May Concern. (+Mark Shuttleworth​, +Jane Silber​, +Michael Hall​, +Martin Albisetti​, +Zygmunt Krynicki​ and others)

I would like to express my deep frustration related to Canonical’s approach to developers. I have quite a few concerns, which I’m going to explain in detail.

First of all, because of how the updates to Ubuntu are carried out, some of my programs are still not available on the newest release and people who buy a program on one version of Ubuntu are unable to download it on a newer version. I am currently hosting numerous programs on Ubuntu Sotware Center and two of the most profitable ones are still stuck on 14.04. Even though the current version of Ubuntu is 15.04 (released 23rd April 2015), the games are still not available of it. Even if we treat 15.04 as a relatively new release, it doesn’t explain why those game were never available on 14.10, which was released 23rd October 2014. Not having my games available on the latest release of the system means I am unable to earn as much money as I could, since nobody would downgrade just to buy a game. What is more, people who have already purchased said games are finding them not available to download after the update. People are feeling deceived because of how Canonical deals with updates and they blame me for it. As a result, I have to provide them with .deb packages, with no way of checking if they have actually bought the game before. 

What is more, all of that would be understandable, if it was eventually solved by contacting Canonical. Unfortunately, none of the e-mails I’ve sent have been answered. I’ve used the feedback section in the developer’s panel and didn’t get any reply after waiting for a few months (sic!). I’ve also tried contacting Michael Hall, both via Hangouts and via e-mail. A month has passed by and I am still waiting for an answer. I understand that Ubuntu Software Center is a enormous undertaking and things are bound to go awry from time to time, but lack of response from Canonical is simple not acceptable. Both Windows Store and Steam support teams are doing their best to answer developer’s concerns, while Canonical doesn’t seem to do anything to deal with it. 

To sum it up, I’ve decided to support Ubuntu, which is a niche platform after all and I’m starting to regret that decision. I am very disappointed with how the support works, or should I say, “how the support doesn’t work”, since I’m talking about and complete and utter lack of any communication whatsoever. It’s not that I’m getting replies after a long period of time, I am not getting the at all and it’s a situation that should never happen. To prove my point, I am attaching screenshots of my attempts to contact Canonical. Every of them has failed.

I hope this matter will be looked into and resolved in a timely manner.

(This email was sent to Canonical week ago.) 
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I've read about far too many instances where it comes down to one thing - Ubuntu draws from the community but doesn't give back.

Something needs to be done. This is NOT OK.
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Gotta say... Cloudrino seems fast. But it's def still in it's infancy. http://103.250.80.156/
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Yeah, I used your link to sign up but can't log in as I had a + sign in my email (my email+cloudrino@gmail.com, cool feature)
Contacted them on twitter and was told to sign up again without +.
Aint nobody got time for that
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Yup, we're doing a fundraiser!

Help us out, and reshare this like mad. Thanks ^_^

https://solus-project.com/2015/08/23/solus-fundraiser/
https://solus-project.com/fundraiser-august-2015/
Hello all! We're pleased to announce this experiment, a fund raiser leading up to the launch of Solus Operating System v1, October 1st. We'd like to see if we can raise $1000 (US) in the next couple of weeks. The Whats. There's some bits and pieces we need to get together before the release ...
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+Ikey D You're Ikey Doherty? Wow, I remember you. You were making an OS that had delta packages! Evolve OS? 

Solus is great!! Keep up the good work!
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I seriously want to grab one to install Abstract Cloud on.
A Very Nice Router/Switch/NAS/Miniserver Hackable & Extensible Board Powered by MT7621A. | Crowdfunding is a democratic way to support the fundraising needs of your community. Make a contribution today!
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Interesting. http://apricityos.com/
Welcome to Apricity OS, a modern, intuitive operating system for the cloud generation of computing. We believe that an operating system should be easy to use, easily accessible, and beautifully designed. We have also incorporated software in order to minimize security risk as much as possible.
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Apricity OS idles at around 500 megabytes of memory usage

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Hey Guys, Just wanted to give you a heads up we're going public with Abstract Studio.
Today is the day that Abstract Studio is unveiled and our story begins. Not just Abstract Studio’s story, but a new chapter in the story of Desktop Application Development. Abstract Studio started...
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I really like the UIs look and feel. So light, flat and modern. Would love to see this stuff in action!
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Abstract Studio Is Today.
Today is the day that Abstract Studio is unveiled and our story begins. Not just Abstract Studio’s story, but a new chapter in the story of Desktop Application Development. Abstract Studio started...
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Congrats on the Abstract Studio unveiling :) This stuff looks good! Great work! 
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