On Thu, 2005-07-14 at 01:01 +0100, Ken Guest wrote:
> > And how many complaints would it take to have a vendor removed?
>> I'm sure we can come up with a number.
>> To date, since the start of these Vendor Listings back in 2003, there has
> been only one complaint that I can remember lodged/emailed to the
>webmaster at linux.ie address asking for the removal of a vendor from the
> I won't go into the details BUT the reason for delisting the vendor was
> confirmed by at least a few members, probably three or four.
>> We could have a grading system in place where at least one star (out of five)
> means that a vendor has some recommendation and no stars means either
> 'close to being delisted' or 'listed by testimonial, not on ILUG member
That sounds very reasonable. It would also make the vendor listing more
from both the vendor and the LUG's point of view
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