Empty rooms were never the problem; I think we used to get between 40 and
>80 to the monthly Dublin Meetings. It was more that I organised six of
>them, and due to the difficulty getting speakers, I had to speak at each &
>every one of them, as well as organise most of it (bar the room, which
>Dave Malone usually assisted). The one weekend I wasn't around to do it,
>nothing happened, and it died. A shame.
>> So, anyone up for taking on a format that works ? A room and four half-hour
>speakers on a saturday afternoon...great fun. And I've some ideas for good
>>>>Just to add my 2c worth.
Being based in Belfast I wont be able to attend the AGM due to time
constraints so please accept my apologies.
Mind you a thought for next year might be to turn the AGM into an
all-day-Saturday event combining with (for example) a keynote speaker?
This would make travelling from all arts and parts a more attractive
Im guessing that members of ILUG are spead the length and breath of
Ireland and indeed further afield so I would think that the mailing list
is the optimum means of communication and interaction. Just because
there isnt many F2F's dosent mean that a LUG cant function
effectively? For that matter what about regional events?
Someone did post a quiz some little while back which was very
interesting any more of the same to follow?
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