I was going to say one thing about the next meeting. Seeing as it's going to
the 14th and 21st of April, and the _full_ bus strike is due to start April
would it be a good idea to consider holding it out west somewhere?
Coz then everyone would have the same access problems, not just those
Liam Bedford 01-4170153
System Administrator WBT Systems, Block 2, Harcourt Ctr.,
Harcourt St., Dublin 2
> -----Original Message-----
> From: ilug-admin at linux.ie [mailto:ilug-admin at linux.ie]On Behalf Of John
> P. Looney
> Sent: 27 March 2000 13:04
> To: Irish LUG list
> Subject: [ILUG] Saturday's dublin meeting
>> We had a low-ish turn out - prolly mainly due to a bus strike, but also
> because we only had two confirmed speakers, and would be talking about the
>> The outcome;
>> Most people we quite happy with the current constitution, as it is (some
> changes were supposed to be mailed to me today to be included); however,
> it was decided that an "Addendum" of some sort, to explain parts of it
> that may, at first glance look pointless or fascist.
>> It was decided that we should try hold an ILUG General Meeting next
> month. Being dubliners, we decided that Trinity College would be an
> excellent venue, though if someone has a better idea...
>> The General Meeting would discuss the final draft of the constitution,
> get it signed, and then discuss any things that ILUG should get into,
> over the next while. Getting registered as a society would be a cunning
> one, as then we could even do things like setup a working group to come up
> with a recommendation to the minister of Education as to how schoolkids
> would benefit from exposure to free software (specifically spawning
> programmers - something that the destruction of the 8-bits, Amigas & ST's
> by Windows-machines did), or how government departments could save money
> by giving more consideration to the use of Linux etc.
>> And then we'ed all find a massive pub, and get ossified. Or go to a
> comedy club. Or something.
>> Comments ?
> "The fool must be beaten with a stick, for an intelligent person
> the merest hint is sufficient" -- Zen Master Greg
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