Glad to hear it...so if we provided content which could easily
enough be linked through the linux.ie front door (If the Webmaster sees it
as something of interest to the group at large). And do not use the CLUG
list as the primary technical resource.
Is there still a problem?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Guest, Ken [SMTP:kengu at credo.ie]
> Sent: Tuesday, June 22, 1999 2:28 PM
> To: 'Twomey_Mark at emc.com'; colm at tuatha.org; root at linux.ie> Cc: ilug at linux.ie> Subject: RE: [ILUG] Site layout
>> # From: Twomey_Mark at emc.com [mailto:Twomey_Mark at emc.com]
> # Sent: 22 June 1999 14:14
> # To: colm at tuatha.org; root at linux.ie> # Cc: ilug at linux.ie> # Subject: RE: [ILUG] Site layout
> # Folks,
> # We have no intention of taking any technical information, questions or
> # resources off ILUG and putting it on Clug.
> # Why the heck would anyone want to do a stupid thing like that?
>> I was not implying that.
>> # Given a choice of been able to pick the brains of a handful
> # of people over
> # the ability to pick the brains a lot more people what would
> # you do? And why
> # sift through different pages looking for technical info that
> # could benefit
> # all when it could be served up on the websites FrontDoor.
> # The ILUG list will not suffer any loss of usage as regards
> # the technical
> # questions and computer science aspects behind the community.
> # CLUG is to help us foster our Local community in a positive
> # way and allow us
> # to build infrastructure in our area as to allow us to grow
> # the pie. We are
> # not competitors we are the fruit of the ILUG tree.
>> I never implied (or explicitly stated) that cork.linux.ie
> would be viewed as competition. I only questioned the wisdom
> of expending time and energy on 2 seperate sites.
> I think that peoples energy
> should be put into having one definitive and mother of all
> sites without time and energy being wasted...
>>> # For questions ILUG is the ONLY resource that will be used, I have no
> # intention of sifting through another mail folder looking at stuff that
> # people can't answer and what should have been sent to ILUG.
> # It's simple...
> # Ilug = Technical | Clug = Social
> # Ilug City | Clug Village
> # It was never intended to be any other way.
>> righty oh
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