> [... Linux fair ...]
> People to contact : All of the ISP's (Dublin), Dell (Dublin), Intel
> (Leixlip), IBM (Dublin), HeaNET (Yo! Dave :-), and all of the major
> Linux vendors such as RedHat, SuSE, Debian (not technically a vendor,
> afaik :-), together with commercial crowds such as Applix and Star
Indigo have already indicated to me that they'd be willing to put up
some money in sponsorship of an Irish Linux "event", if we could attract
a Big Name (LBT or ESR, for example).
That said, there's nothing worse than a show organised by a "bunch of
amateurs". If we were to do this, it'd almost definitely have to be
handled by a professional agency.
Colm Buckley B.A. B.F. <colm at tuatha.org> | <colm.buckley at cs.tcd.ie>
Department of Computer Science # +353 87 2469146 # whois cb3765
Trinity College, Dublin 2, Ireland. # http://www.tuatha.org/~colm/
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