On Thu, 2006-05-25 at 12:28 +0100, Niall O Broin wrote:
> In the recent past, there has been some discussion on the list about
> ILUG and the lack of real world events organised by it. ILUG is a
> users' group - there is no company behind it, there is nobody paid to
> organise anything, it's all voluntary.
>> I recently posted a message about an Ubuntu Dapper launch event a
> week from Saturday. I asked for more people to speak. So far, the
> silence has been deafening. Not one single person has volunteered to
> give a talk at this event.
>> If the members of ILUG won't volunteer to talk at ILUG events, where
> exactly are we going to get people to do so?
>> Oh - some level of interest would be nice too, even if you're not
> going to talk - we'd like to know that a few people will show up in
> order to make it worth the time of the speakers to prepare
I'm Not into Ubuntu at all. I also glazed over at your post - I think it
landed on a very busy day. If you had specific areas of interest that
you needed speakers on, some might feel they can contribute.
As a real live Jehovah's Witness, I think you'll be glad _not_ to have
me talk at the Launch :-)).
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