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Q: Ask Ubuntu support rules

Jan JohanssonI want to ask what the rules are for asking for help here, because I have several times been turned down by senior members just because I run Ubuntu 16.04 LTS. It is my understanding from https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Releases that 16.04 LTS is supported until 2026, so why the refusal to offer help to ...

 
 
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2:07 PM
Hello folks, I found a question of mine translated into Italian (with mistakes), with no reference to the original. To me this doesn't seem to be legal.
How do I bring this to the attention of Stackexchange?
What disturbs me most is that, because of the wrong translation, I seem to write nonsense.
 
2:33 PM
@WalterTross in theory - the post is attributed to you, so there's 'nothing wrong', and SE probably won't do anything I suspect
 
don't I surrender my rights to SE when I post something? As for what's wrong, see above.
 
You're not
The content that's on SE is under one of a few versions of the CC licence
and doing stuff like translating or even republishing content is 'allowed' under that as long as they attribute
there's a link to your question "fronte" and your profile at the bottom of the question
 
Thanks, but where's that link to my question? I couldn't find it
ah, “fonte” (you wrote “fronte” which I thought meant “at the beginning”)
“fonte” means “source” in Italian, OK, but it's so small, and so close to an ad – it's ridiculous.
Thanks a lot, anyway
 
 
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7:05 PM
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Q: Which is better: editing someone's old but outdated answer to keep it up to date or making a new answer and adding a note to the old one?

jcollumI found a similar question in search but didn't feel that it answered this question. Came up here: My WiFi adapter is not working at all, how to troubleshoot?. I came across that answer while I was troubleshooting some wifi problems a few weeks back. It's pretty high up in the SEO ranking for tha...

 

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