here comes a stupid question from a newbie:
I have been looking for you guys last Saturday outside the Hamilton building
but no sign of ILUG.
We have checked the whole building as far we could go to find you?
When is the next meeting exactly.
>From: ilug-admin at linux.ie [mailto:ilug-admin at linux.ie]On Behalf Of John
>Sent: Wednesday, March 22, 2000 9:54 AM
>To: Irish LUG list
>Subject: [ILUG] This months' Dublin Meeting
>>> Hey people. Sorry for the week's delay, but I've been a tad busy.
>> Anyway, the kind Mr Malone has booked us into TCD again, so
>the Hamilton Building in TCD on Saturday, at about 13:50, as usual. The
>room is booked from 14:00 to 18:00, but I hope we will have finished by
>> Right. The agenda. I hoped to get a load of people to give us talks on
>various operating systems, but didn't get that much feedback.
>offered to do FreeBSD, and a few people offered to do more
>operating systems, so I'll take it that there isn't enough interest.
>> However, I would like a talk on FreeBSD, if people are interested. Any
>other talks people want to give ? I was thinking of doing one
>on basic 3D
>programming, and getting started with OpenGL. Something
>simple. Would that
>be of interest ?
>> Also, I'll be collecting ideas for a "Why DVD Regioning and
>evil" factsheet, to be handed out at the DVD summit next
>month. I've had a
>stunning lack of interest in helping out with it, so may drop the idea
>come Saturday. We'll see.
>> Lastly, we'll be voting on the constitution, and getting
>"The fool must be beaten with a stick, for an intelligent person
>the merest hint is sufficient" -- Zen Master Greg
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