Quoting Daniel Goldsmith (daniel.goldsmith at gmail.com):
> Isn't something like a mailing list in fact the epitome of what a
> national LUG should be doing in any event? If one looks at the User
> Group HOWTO at http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/User-Group-HOWTO.html (I know
> I know) you'll find that the main aspects of what that document feels
> a LUG should be are pretty well catered for.
Eh, that HOWTO maintainer's a jerk. What does he know about LUGs, anyway?
> When you are delaing with a national grouping, the whole
> coffee-morning installfests becomes uquite difficult, and would be
> extremely difficult to manage.
"The only good morning's a dead morning."
-- Richard M. Stallman
> So what, precisely, do the doomsayers want from the LUG?
"I want world peace and goodwill towards men."
-- Whistler, "Sneakers"
Cheers, "Linux means never having to delete your love mail."
Rick Moen -- Don Marti
rick at linuxmafia.com
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