As I said earlier ...
We don't need to define any more than the framework.
The discussion on Language is soooo far OT that it's almost coming back on
Topic ... I personally don't see it as a serious issue, but it is involving
ppl who haven't spoken up before so ...
The suggestion of Irish titles wasn't a bad one, but it's the wrong place
for it ... the discussion is interesting and lively, and that's a Good
Thing(TM), the fact that we all know that none of this will make a real
difference to the ILUG, with the exception of a few ppl having to put in a
bit more "regular" work (Committee) and that we can try to organise a few
'events' on a larger scale.
Play nice now people :o)
> -----Original Message-----
> > I don't understand why is it necessary to define an official language?
>> Nor do I.
>> Could people please remember that the current constitution was drawn up
> to provide a framework within which ILUG could act as a legal entity
> (specifically required by the feeling of some members that there should
> be some accountability for the money we inherited from the IUUG which is
> currently sitting in a bank account belonging to an individual is
> uncomfortable with the fact that the money is in his account).
> Lets just adopt a minimal, controversy free constitution, and worry
> about the rest later,
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