> It seems like a good enough idea but what we don't want to happen is that
> the ILUG splits into factions dependant on what county you are in.
As I see it, things like ".cork" and the GLUG would semi-officially be
subgroups of the ILUG - their websites will be linked from the main ILUG
tree (and vice versa), and I would expect that most/all .cork and GLUG
members would be ILUG members, too. The mailing list is the main forum
for ILUG - most face2face action will be happening at the local level,
though. It'd be nice to see things like "Cork F2F of the ILUG, hosted
by .cork" and the like...
We're small enough that this sort of thing can be kept nice and
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