On Fri, Nov 03, 2000 at 03:24:52PM -0000, John Kelly mentioned:
> No offense to Ken Guest and the rest of the linux.ie webteam, but the
> linux.ie site has been showing it's age for a long time now. There's a lot
> of content getting lost in there, because of confusing way the links are
> done. An example would be the LDAP presentation someone gave at one of the
> meetings (LAID?). There's a copy of it online, on linux.ie.. I distinctly
> remember the author being praised for it. I can't find it. Whether this
> means it was removed, I don't know.
Actually, as we currently don't have a webdesign team, I'd really
appricate it if some of ye with time to burn could do an update of some
Ken Guest really doesn't have the time anymore, though still does updates
etc. There are prolly loads of things (like polls, and "member only"
phone/email contact details) I'd like to get done. But I'm shite, and
don't really have the time either...
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