>> otoh, chris higgins description of the situation seems to be more
> realistic about what we sould be concerned with: namely getting access in
> the first place. what i'd like to know is what people can do to change
> it? what's the address of the odtr?
> what ministers are responsible
> for telcom regulation? can we quote chris's mail in letters to same?
Yea, sure - fire away :)
If we do want to do this then either:
a/ People do a little poking around, satisfy themselves that some of
my comments are valid, and come up with their own letter to the ODTR,
local TD, Mary O'Rourke.
b/ ILUG does up a formal complaint/proposal/response to the ODTR/Minister
on the issue..
On that, is there anyone in ILUG with a responsibility for advocacy ?
If this does become an ILUG response, is there an official ILUG entity
with a constitution ?
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