Due to not reaching a quorum at the last AGM, the proceedings for the
ILUG AGM 2008 were postponed until a second date could be confirmed.
I'd like to confirm the 7th March 2009 as that date, from 2:00pm to
5:00pm in the Irish Computer Centre offices, Upper Mount Street (across
from the Peppercannister Church), Dublin.
Talks confirmed so far are:
"A decade of Linux at RTE.ie" - John Moylan, RTE
"IPv6 for the masses and the great pain of cheap end-user equipment" -
Martin List-Peterson, Airwire Ltd.
I'll update the list of talks as they get confirmed.
Hope to see you all there. Also, there are some free 20 minute slots
remaining for talks, so if you have something you'd like to present on,
please let me know.
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