LOL, so maybe verizon supports ubuntu?
On Sat, Feb 27, 2010 at 6:03 PM, Justin O'Brien <three(a)threethirty.us>wrote:
On Sat, 2010-02-27 at 15:02 -0700, Ryan Rix wrote:
> On Sat 27 February 2010 2:43:53 pm Justin O'Brien wrote:
> > I just read this blog post and wondered if the person may be an
> > ambassador.
> > **short version** guy calls ATT&T because of a DSL issue. The Tech
> > Support person spoke an "Indian dialect with a distinct southern US
> > drawl"
> > This is the best part:
> > '“Please say you are using Fedora.” I chimed in with a “Sorry, using
> > Kubuntu.” He chuckled then said, “Some people will never learn.” We
> > little jabs back and forth at each other having a bit of fun while he
> > was doing a modem test.'
> > This is the kind of thing that believe it or not will get people from
> > inside the GNU/Linux community to switch to Fedora. May not go over so
> > well with non-free OS users but inside the community I have found that
> > comedy is a great marketing tool.
> > --three
> >  http://blog.nixternal.com/2010.02.18/please-say-fedora/
> nixternal's an upstream KDE developer, and does work in KUbuntu, too.
> From the bits and pieces i've talked to him, he's a cool cat.
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LOL I should have been more clear :). Is the Indian fellow someone we
know? If not we should all call AT&T DSL support until we find him and
see if he wants to be an Ambassador.
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