On 7 Dec 2005, at 12:31, Colm Buckley wrote:
> On 7 Dec 2005, at 11:57, jaqian wrote:
>>> Hi I'd like to set up a LUG in Dublin, I've got two ppl so far on
>> Boards.ieinterested and there will probably be more. I've never been
>> part of a LUG
>> before (there was never any near me) and i was wondering how to
>> organise one
>> and what they do other than share our experiences and various
>> distros. Look
>> forward to your replies.
>> Well, I'd like to wish you the best of luck with that, however the
> ILUG already has over 300 members in Dublin, and most of its events
> are held in Dublin, so you might be multiplying entities without
>> *Might* be a better plan to just subscribe to social at linux.ie and see
> if anyone's interested in a Dublin-specific meet.
>> If you *do* want to set up a culchie-free LUG, ILUG might be able to
> help with resources, at the discretion of the committee.
Speaking as He Who Holds The Purse Strings I'm not sure that we could
allocate such resources, legally. I'd hate to end up in trouble with
the Equal Opportunities Commission. How would we implement it? Would we
need to check birth certs? How far out does the Pale go anyway?
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