You're dead right. It'd take me about 3.5 hours to get to Waterford from
where I am. I guess we should start by maybe putting up adds at our local
supermarkets or something like that, make a reductionists approach and
create smaller more local groups. If we got that far then perhaps we could
make dates for get-togethers once pockets of groups start to form (if ever).
What do you think? How does that sound to people? There's a local paper
where I live called Bray People and I'd be happy to put an add in there to
get the ball rolling. Maybe other people could do the same? How does that
----- Original Message -----
From: "nils Olofsson" <nils at eircom.net>
To: "Rob" <rheffernan at oceanfree.net>
Cc: <southeast at linux.ie>
Sent: 07 September 2004 18:18
Subject: Re: [SELUG] Workshop groups
Dé Máirt, 2004-09-07 ag 14:26, scríobh Rob:
> Hi there,
>> Anyone interested in starting a beginners workshop group...to met up and
> share knowledge and perhaps a few scoops?
>> I live in Bray, Wicklow, by the way.
well,I'd try organise an Install-fest if i have the numbers,Other wise
I'd be wasting my time and everyones elses,Maybe before an install-fest
we could have a meeting and see if we can inject life into the
Southeaset linux user group.
I would say that i could get the cybermart in waterford for a meeting or
if anyone has anymore suggestions....
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