On 27 Oct 2004, at 01:39, Martin List-Petersen wrote:
>>> What's the problem? Organise a different night or day then,
>>> somewhere else.
>>>>> It not up to individuals to organise Ilug events, thats the jobs of
>> committee members, am I not correct in saying this ?
>> Not true. At the AGM actually were stated, that any ILUG member can and
> should take action:
>> Set up a meeting, invite everybody and make it happen. No, it's not
> necessarily the committee members, that have to organise these events.
>> The committee are more people that you could go to for backup. Of
> the committee is who represents ILUG to the public, press, etc., but in
> the last end, every member is ILUG and can take action.
This is particularly true of the social events we call POTDs (Pub (or
Pint) Of The Day) - these have always been organised on an ad hoc
basis. The POTD proposed to follow next week's committee meeting is the
first "officially" organised such in my memory.
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