Aengus Hearne writes:
> I think the only answer to this is to divide the list, perhaps into a
> die-hard technical forum, and a more general discussion group where
> people could discuss anything from domain name policy, to the best
> place to buy computer hardware, or the price of leased lines, or deal
> with newbie questions without irritating the die-hard users. I
> imagine this was pretty much what was intended with the social list,
> but that obviously hasn't happened.
If it didn't work with 'social' (and I think it did, to a certain
extent), why should it work with your proposal?
There are plenty of forums on the Net for people to discuss whatever
they desire, including a number of Irish newsgroups. However, *this*
server hosts discussions about Linux in Ireland and the ILUG.
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I'd explain it to you, but your brain would explode.
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