>It really needs its own home on the net.
I think you'll find it already has a few.. Even an Irish one at the IIA ,
not very techie but ...
----- Original Message -----
From: John McDonnell jnr. <johnmc at student.nuigalway.ie>
To: Irish Linux Users Group List <ilug at linux.ie>
Sent: Tuesday, June 13, 2000 12:28 PM
Subject: [ILUG] web development list
> This, IMHO is needed. It's not another one of these "let's split the ILUG"
> cases. Web development is a pretty big thing and I can only see it
> increasing. It really needs its own home on the net. Lord knows I'd be
> annoyed if someone started posting IIS/ASP questions to the ILUG.
>> the question now is, should it be on linux.ie or adam's server. I'd tend
> to pick adam's seeing as it'd probably not be feasible to restrict
> discussion to Linux
>> anyway, consider my vote for the new list.
>>  not that I wouldn't thwack them and tell them to use Apache/PHP/*nix
>  we're having enough trouble on this list ;)
> John McDonnell, Treasurer, NUI,Galway CompSoc [ ph: +353 86 8249010 ]
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