The problem is that such a site requires a lot more maintenance, and the
linux.ie webmaster has a full-time day job - as well as a life,
While I agree that your suggestion is a nice _idea_ it probably wouldn't
be practical without a lot of reorganisation, including a webmaster /
moderator with potentially a lot of time on his hands.
As regards you never visiting the website, I check it out myself every
so often and usually find something new (and useful) that I haven't seen
before. The ILUG though, _is_ the mailing list and it's members, NOT
Just my own opinion on the matter,
On Sun, 2002-02-17 at 18:46, Mark Finlay wrote:
>>> Just wondering has anyone ever concidered turning linux.ie into a
> php-nuke style portal? I think it would be pretty cool. As it is I never
> visit linux.ie - i just use this mailing list.
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