On Thu, 2001-10-04 at 13:44, cybersean3000 at yahoo.com wrote:
> As one may read in portion of email below, The Dublin Food Co-op project
> seems to be firming up quite nicely.
>> In addition to a list of Linux implementations around Ireland, how about
> an "adopt-an-org", or "Penguin adoption agency"? Low-margin non-profit
> organisations around Ireland could post a "call for help" on the ILUG
> web site, and various members could respond with time and materials,
> maybe even shift hardware donations into these organisations? There
> could even be a web/email based support system, and instructor led
> courses a couple times a year? I know of at least two organisations,
> other than the Dublin Food Co-op that require extensive help with their
> computer technology (or lack of same).
>> Or maybe I am just off my trolley . . .
Sean, I've forwarded your posting to the ilug-dev mailing list, which
you might want to subscribe to so as to help flesh out exactly what
we're talking about here.
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