Catherine Ansbro wrote:
>As per a recent email from Mel in Longford:
>>"Just been down to Peter Clarke's pub in Dublin St. only a stones' throw
>from the Cathedral as you head for the postoffice/town centre. They have a
>side-room which would be ideal for us, because we don't have any PCs to plug
>in. They don't do sambos or anything but said we can bring some in if
>anyone's peckish. Attendees have been warned !"
>Well that depends on how well you know Peter; his wife has been known to
force food into the
mouths of Peter's close friends (whilst drinking after the pub has closed).
>>So--bring your own food! We look forward to getting together. If anyone
>has distros they want to bring along, that is fine too. Focal points for
>this meeting will be discussing what we hope to get out of our LUG and
>sharing ideas about how to proceed.
>>There will be a wide range of user experience at this meeting. So don't be
>put off if you are at one extreme or the other, you will not be alone in
>>In fact, in a recent conversation with Mel he told me about some of his
>recent activities that were powerful and doable by even a beginner--I'll
>keep you in suspense, but it's exciting stuff and downright inspiring.
>>See you Monday!
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