From: Robert Elliott (rde at domain irelands-web.ie)
Date: Sun 22 Aug 1999 - 12:28:07 IST
No, it's not a headline; I just like the happy combination of acronyms.
Anyone who'll been looking at /. recently doubtless saw the story about
the Baltimore LUG's efforts at setting up linux networks in schools
using allegedly outdated hardware. If you haven't read the story, check
out http://www.andovernews.com/cgi-bin/news_column.pl?358 .
So is such a thing feasible here? The answer is yes, and the LAID is, I
reckon, the perfect place to launch it*. I'd be interested, and I'm sure
I'm not the only one.
Of course, the biggest problem is storage space for a bunch of machines
until they can be cannibalised and installed, etc. Comments welcome.
-- Robert Elliott http://www.irelands-web.ie/rde rde at domain irelands-web.ie *yes, I know LAID is a time, not a place. If Chris De Burgh can say 'light years of time since his mission did start', I can say 'LAID is the perfect place to launch it.'
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