On Tue, 16 Aug 2005 14:22:14 +0100
Ken Guest <ilug at ken.guest.cx> wrote:
> One of the reasons for this is there have been mixed opinions on
> whether heanet, who provide the internet connection for the linux.ie
See.. There they go again - those heanet people... being helpful and such.
Who died and made them nice and helpful...
Nice shiny FTP server, nice bandwidth.. pah!
We should all gang together and picket outside their building...
Nice big banners saying "HEAnet are Nice - Down with that sort of thing"..
There should be loads of "No to Nice" banners lying around somewhere...
We could ask the politicial parties if could borrow them ?
> server, would have an issue with there being a jobs section on the
>> If there weren't any objections from them regarding this then there
> may be a chance of there being a jobs section on the site.
I think the issue for heanet is more likely that someone else will
complain that they are using the resources for something that
resembles a commercial activity - and that they aren't supposed
to be doing that. ( but then I don't speak for them, so I could as usual
be spouting shite )
>> I hope this clarifies the issue.
Has anyone actually officially asked them ?
PS: Before you ask - yes I do need more tea today, my cuppa
from earlier wasn't really that nice...
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