I'm PRO for the ILUG, but this is not a Linux issue. It's an important
one, but I don't think it falls under the direct responsibility of the
That said, I'd sign my name to any reasonably well worded
complaint/response if I agreed with it.
If people want to use linux.ie as a gathering/focal point of effort I'm
sure it can be done, but there are other websites already doing this so
perhaps a prominent link off linux.ie would be the most helpful for a
protest movement. Mail me/the list with URLs and we can post them on the
site if people agree it's appropriate.
Chris Higgins wrote:
> > otoh, chris higgins description of the situation seems to be more
> 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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