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Why was my question not posted?

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Anonymous

Yesterday morning, I submitted a very basic question about Glassfish
installation procedures on OpenSUSE.

The question is directed to the entire community.

But as of this morning (10/29) it still is not showing up in the forum. It
was not published. There was nothing particularly remarkable about the
language or wording I used, pretty bland. Why was it censored?
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Jacob Kessler

I saw your question, though I didn't respond because I didn't have an
answer, so your question was not censored. I've heard rumors that there
are some email/forum communication issues happening right now, so it may
have been eaten by those. I can confirm that it reached the email list,
though.

vang08 wrote:
> Yesterday morning, I submitted a very basic question about Glassfish
> installation procedures on OpenSUSE.
>
> The question is directed to the entire community.
>
> But as of this morning (10/29) it still is not showing up in the forum. It
> was not published. There was nothing particularly remarkable about the
> language or wording I used, pretty bland. Why was it censored?
>

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eingfoan
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Joined: 2008-02-07

2 things

1) you hit preview and not post .... it sometimes (very rarely) happens to me.
BTW i HATE the preview button

2) server failed when posting.... also happened to me once.. have you seen it published while posting?

regards chris