It would be great to have a regular monthly meeting alright so I'm up
for it although I may not always be able to make it while I'm living
in Dublin. I suppose the first thing to do would be to organise
another meeting and discuss it more there and arrange a more fixed
date (eg: last friday or every month..)
On 6 Nov 2007, at 10:16, David Enright wrote:
>> Hi Guys,
> Only saw this now - mad busy! ;-) Yeah, about time there was regular
> meetings - for a while there was only Helge, Mark and myself
> attending! ;-) Friday night would be best for me as I am travelling
> all the way from Limerick by bus! And to Athlone hopefully.
> Dave Enright
>> Oh, I got the Cert Times Email for October and I just had to share
> this with you! Enjoy! ;-)
>> Install Windows Vista in Two Minutes - a slightly different approach
>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FVbf9tOGwno>>>> Date: Mon, 5 Nov 2007 05:43:36 +0000
>> From: praest76 at gmail.com>> To: midlands at linux.ie>> Subject: [Midlands] Regular meetings
>>>> As the cold winter nights are drawing in, are there plans for a
>> resumption of regular public geek huddles with an aim to bolstering
>> solidarity between the linux fraternity?
>>>> And if not, then should there be?
>>>> Any suggestions on location, time, date? I'm thinking a regular night
>> once a month... possibly thursdays or fridays. Preferably in
>> Athlone due
>> to lack of adaquate transport on my part.
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