From: kevin lyda (kevin at domain suberic.net)
Date: Sun 17 Jun 2001 - 18:08:36 IST
On Sun, Jun 17, 2001 at 12:54:52AM +0100, Niall O Broin wrote:
> 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
how would they know? is there a published list of subscibers?
will people be checking names at the door?
since i highly suspect the answers to those questions is: no one will,
not really, no. and besides, subscribed to the ilug list - what does
that mean? some people subscribe to ilug via mailing list exploders.
i've read ilug at times via the web archive.
i think my point is, this is all pointless. i highly doubt anyone would
be refused from the agm or even from voting unless they're wearing big
ms t-shirts and screaming "linux will give you the clap!" into a bullhorn.
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