From: Niall O Broin (niall at domain linux.ie)
Date: Sun 17 Jun 2001 - 11:50:10 IST
On Sat, Jun 16, 2001 at 11:42:57PM +0100, Ray Kelly wrote:
> On Sat, 16 Jun 2001, Ross Lynch wrote:
> > > Interesting question. To solve the conundrum, the people in question need
> > > merely subscribe to the list, thus becoming members of ILUG, and then
> > > they're of course welcome at the AGM.
> > Wasn't there a stipulation last year that you had to be a member (i.e. on
> > the list) for a certain amount of time before the AGM?
> Taken from
> I'm not sure where the real version actually resides as my quick gander
> through the site didn't yield it. anyone got a correct URL bearing in mind as
It's at http://www.linux.ie/legal/constitution.php which is linked off the
legal page which you access by clicking the Legal Info link at the top of
the home page.
Kathryn was only asking if people could come to the AGM - she specifically
said that they could leave when it came time to vote - so if those who want
to come simply subscribe to the list, then they are members.
Interestingly however, the constitution is silent on the issue of who may or
may not attend an AGM, perhaps because it is implicit that the AGM of a
society is for members of that society. Practically speaking, I somehow
doubt that anyone's going to stand up, point the finger, and say "You -
you're not a member - get out!" (unless maybe it's one of those terrible
people who take BOFH and ASR seriously).
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