Colm Buckley burst across the net:
>>I agree with Ken - the ILUG is small enough that we really don't want
>dilution of the "overall" effort. I'd be inclined to say to local
>groups: "by all means, have mailing lists and websites; I'll even host
>them on lugh, but keep the local stuff local, and the general stuff
>general". For example, there's no point in asking "has anyone got
for today's lesson on building a web site, we'll be discussing links.
on the web, you can link one document to another. it's a key point in
web documents, in fact it's why they call it the web. the way you do
this is you put a reference to one document in another.
for instance, let's say an article entitiled "how to get video card gecko
working under xfree86" exists at http://cork.linux.ie/gecko.and.x.html
and the people at www.linux.ie would like to link to it to show some
helpful iluggers in action. the way they'd do that is somewhere on
http://www.linux.ie/index.html they'd enter the following:
<a href=http://cork.linux.ie/gecko.and.x.html>Gecko and X, the new
network GUI lovefest</a> by the great Linux folks down in
one might even have a link and/or monthly announcement that
webmaster at linux.ie is for people in different regions and other folks to
notify the maintainers of www.linux.ie of new content to add to the site.
ok class, that's it. now study hard. the next chapter of "mind numbingly
obvious 101" will be much more difficult: the recipie for ice.
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