On Thu, Feb 22, 2001 at 06:24:46PM +0000, Donncha O Caoimh articulated:
> Cen fath go bhfuil orm Bearla a labhairt ar an liosta seo nuair is
> feidir le daoine Gaeile a labhairt? 'Se liosta do dhaoine a usaideann
> Linux in Eire, ba cheart go mbheadh Gaeilge acu!
>> Why do I have to speak English on this list when people can speak Irish?
> This is a list for people who use Linux in Ireland, they should be able
> to speak Irish!
I would agree with Donncha on this. Words like "forced" and "penalized"
are a little strong. If ILUG does decide to host online games, it might
even show publishers and producers that Linux people really are
interested in games.
That's hardly a bad thing!
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