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- The user will insist they have read the documentation. It doesn't matter that they really haven't.
- The user will argue with the #ampache staff, particularly about permissions, and will always be wrong.
- The user's first description of the problem will be misleading.
- The user will ignore fixes that the #ampache staff gives, repeatedly, until he gives up and blames the staff for not helping him with his issue.
- The user will ignore the answers he is given.
- The user will always say, "It doesn't work," often without any additional information.
- If you don't know to whom the ampachism is referring, it's you.
- The user will often ask #ampache staff to do the work for them. This will not happen.
- Despite the fact that there are no logs, the user will still insist that they have done everything correctly. Often related to Ampachisms 1 & 2.
- The user will be asked a question and will either take forever to answer or they won't answer at all, and will then leave because the staff isn't helping them fast enough.
(Credit to bash-hackers.org for the original Bashphorisms from which this idea was taken.)