marenostrum

Istanbul, Turkey

marenostrum.blogsome.com

Age: 50

I've signed Ubuntu Code of Conduct. I come from Turkey, residing in Istanbul at the moment. I'm a member of Turkish Linux Users Association (LKD). I like to deal with politics, literature, cooking, wine&dine etc.

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awarded Yearling
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awarded Yearling
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awarded Tumbleweed
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awarded Citizen Patrol
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awarded Self-Learner
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comment Şu anki Stackoverflow reputation puanları Türkçe Stackoverflow'a migrate edilmeli mi?
"Migrate etmek/edilmek" tam olarak nasıl bir iş bilemem ama, "taşınması" veya "taşınmaması" tartışılabilir.
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awarded Autobiographer
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comment Broadcom wireless not working (worked on live session)
Worked for me too. Thanks.
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awarded Citizen Patrol
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awarded Autobiographer
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awarded Supporter
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awarded Quorum
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awarded Quorum
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accepted Is there a way for StackExchange to accept Launchpad IDs to login systemwide?
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awarded Supporter
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awarded Autobiographer
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comment Boza beverage recipes and experiences?
@Ross depending on your observation that nowadays boza is more "wheaty" in Bulgaria, I suggest that still the best form of wheat to be used might be bulgur. Bulgur is a wheat product and its physical and chemical charecterictics is more suitable to brew than the plain (raw) wheat, in my opinion.
Dec
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comment Boza beverage recipes and experiences?
@Ross By "genuine boza" I mean boza made by producers with reputation. There might be differences from country to country (Bulgaria, Turkey, Greece and so on) and even from producer to producer, but I'm really not sure that the product made from only bulgur will be the widely known boza. So most probably it won't be a "genuine boza". However, today I started an experiment with a bulgur-rice mixture. Its my feeling that the main thing lacks here is proso milet. I'll report the result of my experiment.
Dec
9
comment What's the best way to find the subject in a sentence?
@RegDwight and @brilliant : How about adding the rule "ask who against the predicate? Does it work and exclude the wrong answers?
Dec
9
revised How do we create letters with dash over them? (strikethrough or strikeout)
Edited for additional info
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