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Is there a place to poll Ubuntu users other than

Suppose for instance one wants to ask subjective questions like: Which media player do you use? or Are you satisfied with Ubuntu on the latest Dell notebook? etc. etc.

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You didn't precise language (English only?). There are forums in a lot of languages, for example Ubuntu-fr for French. – jpfleury Aug 20 '11 at 0:11
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If you want to want to hold long-term discussions (that couldn't be quickly satisfied in our chat or IRC), Ubuntu Forums is the right place for it.

The system here isn't designed for polling/subjective questions while UbuntuForums has a built in module for asking a poll question and allowing discussion beneath it.

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No official ones, at least. is used to vote on ideas, but I don't think that's what you're asking for. I don't have full overview of the web, (yet) but I don't know of any such sites. And how should that work? Ubuntu users aren't a narrowly defined group of people and they don't all visit the same sites.

So, if you want to make such a site and then get all the Ubuntu users to join it, then go right ahead! Let me know, and I'll be the first visitor :)

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Hehe well, maybe that's something to propose to Canonical :) – Benjamin Aug 20 '11 at 12:12

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