Quoting <CKEHJINMGKLBFEBJHANPKECPCEAA.adam at iewebs.com>
by adam beecher <adam at iewebs.com>:
> I agree, although I disagree with the first part - that there would
> be anything "of interest to the global Linux user". I've found
> myself redirected to the ILUG archives on many an occasion while
> searching Google, and had my questions answered. But it's neither
> here nor there anyway, as I've explained above.
You misssed this bit:
> > but was not published anywhere else
My point being, if you remove the ILUG archives from the public web,
you don't deny the web public any information they can't source
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