[clug] [Wanted] Someone to manage CLUG meetings
kim.holburn at anu.edu.au
Mon Sep 6 05:29:56 GMT 2004
On 2004 Sep 6, , at 2:57 PM, Telek, John wrote:
> 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:
>> for a few years now I've done the meeting manager role for CLUG. It
>> 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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