"John P. Looney" wrote:
> This is a cleanup of what I said on
>http://www.linux.ie/pipermail/constitution/2000-March/000030.html>> Just a few things I'd like to see removed/changed;
>> > 1. The aims and objectives of the society shall be as follows:
> > 1. To increase and promote awareness of the Linux operating
> > system within both the home and corporate sectors of the
> > Irish Computing industry.
>> I reckon GNU should be in there, as well as "Free", to incorporate the BSD
> people. Perhaps, at the start, define "Free software", and use that term
> throughout the document. I'd reckon that 60%+ of On-Topic posts to ILUG are
> not Linux specific.
>> > 2. To provide a forum to discuss and gain experience of the
> > Linux operating system.
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