There's also the marketing/exposure aspect of having sites "around the
If you can tell a local business man to go to cork.linux.ie and then he
clicks a few links to find kerry.linux.ie and then galway.linux.ie (I'm
talking about the future here..) he'll be impressed IMO.
I certainly won't go posting technical questions to a cork list (with
the limited resources we have). If I want questions answered I'll make
sure Kenn, Colm and the rest of you hear about it!
Ronan Kirby wrote:
>> > I can't see the ILUG splitting. Perhaps if a system such as themes.org
> > has was adopted where news from all the sub domains appears on the main
> > page too? If we can offer cork.linux.ie, limerick, waterford, belfast
> > etc (sorry to everyone else, I'm in work so I can't list everyone!) we
> > can show there's interest and people available around the country
> > interested in the OS.
>> As opposed to putting up new lists or sub-domains off the site.
> Could we not just put up some sort of message boards on www.linux.ie. Each
> area large enough having its own one there. Allowing people to browse whats
> going on in the locale, and not splitting the ILUG list at all.
>> - Ronan
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