On Mon, 15 Nov 1999, Owen Kelly wrote:
> Id be on for a meeting, but Dublin? Why not Limerick, make it so its in
> the middle of the country, Waterford, Galway and Cork people have a long
> way to go to Dublin.
And Donegal and Belfast types have even longer to go to anywhere in
Munster. Dublin has the following advantages:
1. The largest single block of ILUG members comes from there.
2. It's as convient for Cork as it is for Belfast.
I'd support Dublin, but then I'm biased, and I don't think I'll get
someone else to pay my train fare to a F2F this time :)
> Either way, lets set a date so those of us who need to travel can make
> accomodation arrangements in advance.
To be honest, this close to Christmas (it is only another six weeks) I'd
suggest leaving things to January.
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