Initially I was against this, but some of the discussion has swayed me.
If Colm could set up the list I'd be willing to keep an eye on it. I'd
of course like to keep it on linux.ie so we could snatch things for
io.linux.ie on occasion and maybe even generate a bit of interest in IO
On that note, I hope you all know that Adam Beecher and I will be
hosting a BOF session at the AGM on web development. Anything goes
really, but mainly PHP/Perl/MySQL, but those skills transplant to other
languages and databases... If you're interested in how to tune that
database though, might be worth making your way to the AGM on Saturday.
(says he not having anything prepared yet!)
"John McDonnell jnr." wrote:
>> 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.
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