On Thu 01 Dec 2005 16:22, Ken Guest wrote:
> The ILUG website , http://www.linux.ie, was discussed at the meeting.
> Both myself and ILUG chairman Niall Walsh agree that it might as well be
> declared 'dead' as nobody has written much for it in a very long time.
I looked at this site,
and it seemed to me to contain quite a lot of material
that might well be found useful and interesting.
Most of the material I looked at did not seem very ancient to me.
Regarding material that has an obviously limited shelf-life,
like information about meetings -
isn't it possible to set a date on web-material
after which it is expunged?
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