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Thu Sep 8 11:25:18 IST 2005
Be surprised is many turned up tbh. Certainly not for an installfest anyway.
No objections here Donncha, assuming we can get access to the main site to
post news if anything does happen. I think I still have privileges but
wouldn't have a notion of my login details at this stage.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: cork-bounces at linux.ie [mailto:cork-bounces at linux.ie] On
> Behalf Of Ruairí Newman
> Sent: 08 September 2005 10:01
> To: cork at linux.ie
> Subject: Re: [CLUG] cork.linux.ie
> On Thu, September 8, 2005 9:15, justin flavin said:
> > On 9/7/05, AJ McKee <aj.mckee at eirteic.com> wrote:
> >> So this all raises the question;
> >> Is Cork Linux dead?
> > Seems a bit dead, although an installfest might re-invigorate it.
> Maybe so. But Linux has become easy for most people with any
> PC experience to install these days. I'd suggest positioning
> it slightly differently, to attract a few more people.
> By all means make the main focus an installfest, but a couple
> of speakers even from within CLUG/ILUG on various topics
> would probably attract a wider audience. Depending on the
> audience you want, talks could range from configuration of
> Wine (or TransGaming's WineX, or CrossOver Office) to make
> Win32 games and other applications run under Linux, to Linux
> Networking including wireless networking with attendant WEP
> and WPA configuration and info on how to identify supported
> WiFI cards.
> And they shall beat their swords into plowshares, for if you
> hit a man with a plowshare, he's going to know he's been hit.
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