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Sneak Peek at Sabayon's New Package Web Interface

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Are you a fan of sneak-peeks? Who isn’t right? Fabio has released an insight into what will be transformed into. It’s a work in progress and at about 30% done so far. I really dig the revision notice letting you know it’s latest status. I hope once it goes live that you will find it useful.

Feedback is important in our daily lives, it helps things in our life improve, but it needs to be presented in the correct manner. I generally visit every forum post that is posted on our forum. I’m always looking for some good feedback. I encourage feedback, positive or negative. If I move and lock your feedback to the archive section of the forum, it’s not because you made me mad or I can’t handle the feedback.

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