jaqian at eircom.net wrote:
> Hi all,
> I read this interesting email from the SELUG and thought it would be great
> if we had something like this in/near Dublin.
>> AFAIK there aren't any Linux workshops in Dublin, if there is please point
> me in there direction.
>> I don't know how many ppl on this list are newbies like me (or if there are
> any)and if they're in the Dublin area. But i'm sure that in Dublin there
> must be plenty of ppl experimenting with Linux (not neccessarily
> subscribed/aware of ILUG) that would be interested in sharing experience/
> solving problems etc.
>> So what do you think? Is anyone here interested in forming a beginners
> workshop in the Dublin area?
Yes a "workshop" would be a good idea.
I'm continually surprised why there aren't
any organised in Dublin. If you're near
Longford (don't laugh) you can join the
midlands LUG meeting. http://midlands.linux.ie/
Pádraig Brady - http://www.pixelbeat.org
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