On Friday 26 May 2006 15:43, Niall O Broin wrote:
> Ubuntu Dapper is being launched on June 1 and ILUG was planning to
> hold a launch event on Saturday June 3. However, the interest was
> underwhelming and it was pointed out that the weekend is a bank
> boliday weekend, hence many people would have other plans. [I'm self
> employed, so administrivia such as bank holidays tends to pass me by] .
>> Accordingly, it has been decided to move the event to Saturday June
> 10th and it will be held in our usual F2F venue, the lecture room of
> the Irish Computer Society in central Dublin, generously provided to
> us by the ICS. We will retire afterwards to a nearby hostelry where
> we might partake of some fine food and beverages - or chips and beer,
> as you like.
I plan to be there, and in fact I planned to be there on the 3rd (sorry for
not letting you know). I use Ubuntu, but only on my home machines and
certainly couldn't think of anything I could talk about on the subject. I am
looking forward to meeting some luggers, though.
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