>> On Thu, Mar 23, 2000 at 10:17:55AM +0000, David Murphy wrote:
> > Quoting <00ce01bf949e$f8348b80$96e2869f at oemcomputer>
> > by P T MacRuairi <ptmacr at eircom.net>:
> > > Molaim teidil mar seo leanas do na hoifigigh / I propose titles as follows
> > > for the officers: Cathaoirleach (gender-free and friendly), Runai, Cisteoir,
> > > Oifigeach Poibliochta, srl.
> > I'd personally propose ye establish the official language of ILUG as
> > English, while ye're at it.
>> Bit of a Microsoft attitude, that, isn't it,
>> Speak English, everyone else does = use Windows, everyone else does
Speak the better language == use the better operating system.
>> I don't for a second imagine that any business of ILUG will be conducted
> through any language but English. However, I can't think of a good reason
> why the first official language of the Irish Linux Users Groups should not
> be Irish, which is after all the first official language of Ireland. Thanks
> for making the suggestion, David.
>> Le gach dea gui,
>> Niall O Broin
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