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Man, Reddit users really hate my site. Which probably means I'm doing something right...

I often wonder if they actually read the content of the link they're bashing or just see its from '' and decide it's likely worth taking the piss out of.
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If they hated you before they won't like you any more now :-P
+Joey-Elijah Sneddon The people on Reddit are even worse(no offence as I am not saying they are worse people) when it comes to comments. Never enjoyed Reddit.
That's because Internet sites like Reddit have users who think they are "legit" users, which means they must hate on Ubuntu. Hence why they don't like the amazing OMG Ubuntu
r/Ubuntu seem to be cool with it. I'm sure alot of people on r/linux may, as +Nicholos Tyler says, just hate on Ubuntu because they are power users who think it's too easy. Personally I would consider myself a power user but I love Ubuntu and use it everyday, nothing matches its user-friendliness. However I also use arch on my 5-year-old desktop for the control it gives me over package selection and such. I don't see what's wrong with having a foot in both camps.
This whole 'legit' vs 'real' Linux users really makes me laugh. I'm a power user, I'm an IT professional specialising in security (which means LOTS of linux). But I want my machine to just work, I don't want to spend hours fixing bugs or 'tweaking' the system because x doesn't work with y. So, all this so called 'tweaking' takes away my actual computing time, as it would for anyone else.

This then begs the question, who are the 'real' users here when us ubuntu users spend more time actually using our systems?

I'm all for playing around and learning new things but never on a production machine (usually a VM for me) and never knock those who are learning...afterall there was a time when ALL linux users learnt what sudo was!

Besides, most these guys are socially inept and have to get their kicks from beating down what could well be the next Linus.
You have 3 links on the frontpage of /r/ubuntu, that's not too bad :)
Real men write their own boot loaders and then build linux from scratch, without gnu. Those sissies on reddit aren't even close to that!
Reddit downvotes everything I say. I said I loved my Android phone on r/android and got downvoted into oblivion. I no longer post things on reddit...
+Juha Siltala Yeah. When I mentally put things into perspective it actually barely registers (i.e. how many trolls hate on OMG on reddit vs the number of visitors or commenters OMG gets)
Hey I love you site and I use Reddit
I think people on /r/linux generally dislike the Ubuntu posts because there's a /r/Ubuntu subreddit. You're going to get elitists on every corner of the web.
Actually a lot of them don't seem to mind ubuntu, but don't like omg because you guys add creative flare to your articles. A lot of redditors just want solid facts
on /r/ununtu i actually see a lot of news posts from your site
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