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I wanted to publicly recognize a handful of people that no surprise are here to help. (And very effective at helping)

It’s good when a question gets down votes when it’s not useful, and then an edit (or first an answer and then an edit) and then raised above zero since it’s more useful with a good answer than it looked initially.

We also have one golden badge to our lifeboat question of how to make a bootable installer.

Thanks to everyone that can make an answer so useful it raises the tide for the question and the answer. It’s easy to forget that a bad question (or one that looks bad) can still turn out good, that wrong answers can still help and that over time, the good can be found / edited / promoted to be a useful resource.

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