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Old 10-28-2009, 06:33 AM
a dehqan
 
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In The Name Of God The compassionate merciful

Good day everyone ;
Thanks for your attentions ;

> All mail sent to this list becomes websites:maybe second reason is This
> https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-users/2009-October/199457.html

>
*So what is site license then ? member of mailing list are writer of these answers so* can mailing list put copyright license for your notes here ?

About : In The Name Of God (allah) The compassionate merciful


This a sentence that moslems use usually on top of their notes . and reason is to remmber god anywhere and anytime like you love a person and you want remmber him/her anywhere and anytime , so you write his/her name in your notes , also you should read more about religions ,read here then see this fact of eslam (source):


*7. As for the 99 names of the Allah, we did NOT play the names to
water. We showed Arabic characters on paper to water just as Dr. Emoto
said.
Who are owners of this list ?

Regards dehqan

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Old 10-28-2009, 11:29 AM
"Amedee Van Gasse (u2s)"
 
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On Wed, October 28, 2009 08:33, a dehqan wrote:
> In The Name Of God The compassionate merciful
>
> Good day everyone ;
> Thanks for your attentions ;
>
>> All mail sent to this list becomes websites:maybe second reason is This
>> https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-users/2009-October/199457.html
>>
> So what is site license then ? member of mailing list are writer of these
> answers so can mailing list put copyright license for your notes here ?
>
> About : In The Name Of God (allah) The compassionate merciful
>
> This a sentence that moslems use usually on top of their notes . and
> reason
> is to remmber god anywhere and anytime like you love a person and you want
> remmber him/her anywhere and anytime , so you write his/her name in your
> notes , also you should read more about religions ,read
> here<http://www.wellnessgoods.com/messages.asp>then see this fact of
> eslam (
> source <http://www.masaru-emoto.net/english/ediary200712.html>):
>
> 7. As for the 99 names of the Allah, we did NOT play the names to water.
> We
>> showed Arabic characters on paper to water just as Dr. Emoto said.

This is a purely technical list, read by an international audience. If you
want to respect all cultures, religions, races,... then you should not
include such language if it is not strictly needed. It may offend people
that do not share your religion. Your deity will appreciate it if you
don't use his/her/its name in vain.

> Who are owners of this list ?

That would be Canonical.

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Amedee
(The etymology of my name is also religious, it means "out of love for
god" or "loved by god". The irony is that I consider myself an ignost:
someone who thinks that all religious views, including atheism _and_
agnosticism, try to answer the wrong questions, and that human language
will never be able to express the correct question. "Does god exist" has
the same value for me as "colorless green dreams sleep furiously".
Meanwhile I respect everyone with another opinion, and it's always
interesting to learn about new cultures. I just don't want to learn about
them on a technical mailing list.)


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