Timothy Murphy wrote:
>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.
>>This is not the issue.
>Most of the material I looked at did not seem very ancient to me.
I dispute your use of the word most.
Starting on the home page and work on from there.
Articles from 2000-2005
2004 and 2005 by the same guy (Well done Mr Neary they are good) but to
be honest the rest of the stuff has aged.
Two belong in presentation space.
We should give this http://www.linux.ie/download/
To archives.org and close it :-)
Here we offer dead links, pages for the purpose of archive, and redirects.
Don't get me wrong it means there are people out there that do a lot of
Just explore this one, I am not going to comment.
Not bad, excellent when compared with above.
Just have a look at these.
Some of them are relevant, but the install page needs to be culled and
from there grab Niall W's comments and start with them.
A classic, not what a new user needs to be addressing any more.
But it should be taken and expanded, I know that Niall W did try to
contact the original author to see if he was still interested in doing
something with it, but did not get anywhere.
And scoil.linux.ie is not linked from the front page at all, from projects.
What about the regional lugs, very little work on their sites, time for
I am of the opinion that we need to change the way it is done or let Mr
Guest and Mr Walsh archive it and say this lug is now a mailing list.
I could go on and on and on, while I know Mr Moen has put serious work
into maintaining his site and the links off it to other locations so I
would not be in favour of breaking that, for him or anyone else.
So before it gets consigned to the bin again I ask a simple question,
anyone say no to a wiki, or some other better suggestion?
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