Don't forget that the ILUG AGM takes place TOMORROW, the 7th Mar 2009
in the Irish Computer Centre building, next to the Peppercannister
church, Mount Street, Dublin, starting at 2:00pm.
What: The ILUG AGM 2008 (Reprise)
Where: The ICS (Irish Computer Society) building, Pepper Cannister
When: 7th Mar, 2:00pm (for a 2:10pm start) until 5:00pm.
Who: All ILUG members, and indeed those interested in joining ILUG.
Talks will include:
"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.
"Why Gnusense is important" - Paul O'Malley, PotD Technician
After the talking and proceedings, we shall no doubt retire to an
accommodating hostelry for what remains of the evening.
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