> -----Original Message-----
> "Breathnach, Proinnsias (Dublin)" wrote:
>> > Linux != Free Software, Linux (and related) is a *subset* of GNU
> software /
> > Free Software, and that's currently the "common factor" in the equation
> > the ILUG.
>> Actually the problem I have is that Linux issues aren't neccessarily a
> subset of "Free Software" - they intersect but if I'm having problems
> with Railroad Tycoon for example, that is a Linux issue but not a Free
> Software one. The intersection of Linux and Free Software isn't a
> null set, but neither set is a subset of the other.
>> Fair point, never thought of that situation ... although I should have ...
> not enough caffene yet !
>> > In 3.3: "There is currently no membership fee" should probably read
> > something along the lines of: "Membership fee will be as laid down in
> > rules and regulations of the society". A statement to the effect that
> > efforts will be made to keep the fee as low as possible (free) could be
> > included.
>> Nope - leave membership for free for now and change the details later.
> Almost what I was saying, something akin to not specifying the (if any)
> membership charge in the constitution, but leaving the option to do so at
> a later stage. I personally don't think that the constitution is the place
> for this.
>> I'll agree to having it there in one sense, ie that it can't be changed
> overnight, but that said ...
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