"John P. Looney" wrote:
>> On Thu, Mar 09, 2000 at 11:11:15AM +0000, John Allen mentioned:
> > What about reviving the IUUG, but making it the
> > FUUGI - Free Unix Users Group of Ireland
> > FSAGI - Free Software Action Group of Ireland
> > FSMI - Free Software Movement Ireland
> > FSUG - Free Software Users Group
> > FSEG - Free Software Exchange Group
> > GEFS - Group for Exchange of Free Software
> Anyway, ILUG has built up a brand name. It would be nice to keep the
> initals, tough there isn't much you can do with them.
eLUG used to be Eustis Linux User Group (yeah, where's 'Eustis'? ;)
... became EVERYONE's Linux User Group.
iLUG could be INTERNATIONAL Linux User Group ?
What's with the term 'Linux' being utilized? Linus have a problem with
'mailto:torvalds at transmeta.com?subject=About Your Trademark (LINUX)'
PS Sorry, I missed most of the thread ... :-(
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