| Date: Mon, 27 Sep 2004 16:29:09 +0100
| From: kevin lyda <kevin+dated+1096730958.d7bc1e at ie.suberic.net>
| On Mon, Sep 27, 2004 at 08:16:52AM -0700, Rick Moen wrote:
| > Quoting Niall Walsh (linux at esatclear.ie):
| > > 2. ILUG is dying because it has not adapted or evolved, it has
| > > grown stagnant and seems on the verge of collapse
| > Er, maybe people have more important things to do, but, if someone has
| > a few moments, would you mind explaining this subject to me, in words
| > fairly low on the abstraction ladder? I'm a considerable physical
| > distance away, so it's rather likely that I'm missing something.
| > (Equally, distance probably prevents me from helping. Sorry about
| > that.)
| it's the local version of "the internet is dying, film at 11."
| clearer now?
I am as baffled as Rick,
possibly for similar reasons - not being in Ireland,
and seeing ILUG primarily as the e-list and website.
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