this is definately true
I don't think I have ever posted but I am an avid and definately active lurker
I still haven't managed to turn up at any of the meetings but I intend to sometime
This list should not be confined to discussion of things specific to Cork
I think it should be a smaller mirror of the main Irish LUG list. I am no longer
subscribed to the main Irish one, having no interest in reading all the hge volume of
mail it used to throw at me and I don't doubt there are a few others who would prefer
a smaller amount of mail, which is where the Cork list excelled - fewer people =
But no mail at all is not good either.
are there any others like this out there?
does anybody else want to use this list as a place to discuss everything linux also
not just when the next cork meeting is and what we should call the cork linux
>> Ben Crosse wrote:
>> > hey everyone...
> > has anyone else noticed how quiet this list has become...
> > it used to be really active...
> > anyone know why?
> > i dunno about you but I'm still in cork and i still use linux... anyone else like
> > me?
> > or did linux just dissapear?
> > see ya
> > ben
> > -kemical-
> > bcrosse at oceanfree.net> > http://www.kemstep.cjb.net/> >
> > _______________________________________________
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