On Thu, Sep 22, 2016 at 01:22:44PM -0400, Francis Gerund via arch-general wrote: > > The point is that the official Arch Linux support channels (forums, > > mailing lists, etc.) are only for official Arch projects. Any derivative > > projects, be they custom installers, distro derivatives, or anything > > else, need to run their own support channels. > > > > If you have an issue with Talking Arch, bring it up with the Talking > > Arch project maintainers. If they find your problem is actually with > > something in Arch itself, then it would be approproate to raise the > > issue on the official Arch support channels. > > > > --Sean > > > > Tinu, > > The phrase "You are welcome" is actually meant to be indicative of the > attitude with which I hope that new users would be greeted. > > Thank you for allowing me to clarify that point.
Please: 1. Bottom post your replies, like I have shown above. 2. Trim quoted content appropriately. 3. Reply to the message you are addressing, not a random message on a different branch of the discussion. All this helps keep mailing list threads readable and makes archives more easy to navigate. Thanks, --Sean