[clug] [Wanted] Someone to manage CLUG meetings

Telek, John John_Telek at tesg5.com.au
Mon Sep 6 04:57:35 GMT 2004

I really don't know why you people call yourselves the Canberra Linux
Users Group.

It should be the ANU Linux users group. Most canberrans I've spoken to
are put off going to the meetings
At ANU for 2 primary reasons, the location and lack of access to the
venue, and more importantly, the antics of it's regular members.

Maybe this should be considered and a new approach taken to get a more
rounded cross section of the community involved.

  John Telek

-----Original Message-----
From: Michael Still [mailto:mikal at stillhq.com] 
Sent: Monday, September 06, 2004 2:24 PM
To: Michael Still
Cc: CLUG List
Subject: Re: [clug] [Wanted] Someone to manage CLUG meetings

Michael Still wrote:
> Heya,
> for a few years now I've done the meeting manager role for CLUG. It 
> has
> no real power, apart from telling people they can speak at meetings.
> algorithm I've applied to this is simple -- every one gets told yes. 
> Additionally, a reminder for each programmers SIG and CLUG meeting
> sent at the start of the week that the meeting is in.
> I'm now thinking that it's time to hand all of that glory over to
> someone else -- I'm not having enough time between work, study, kids, 
> LA, AUUG and LCA to that as well. There's also capacity for someone to

> talk the CLUG website and run with it.
> Any volunteers? Perhaps we can talk about it at the meeting tonight.

Andrew Pollock has kindly volunteered to take this over. Please be 
gentle to him during the transition...



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