[Linux-aus] Council of Australian Linux User Groups
paulway at mabula.net
Sun Mar 16 12:08:35 EST 2008
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Sridhar Dhanapalan wrote:
| How open would the list and IRC meetings be? How would we determine who is
| welcome? I take it that each LUG appoints a representative, and only those
| reps are allowed on the mailing list and IRC channel?
| This becomes even more important when funding a F2F meeting. Do we have
| representatives from all 30+ LUGs present? How do we define a LUG? Is there a
| requirement of membership size? Does the group have to be specifically
| focused on Linux and/or FOSS?
| If I unilaterally declare a users group of one, based in my house and focused
| on *NIX (which _might_ include Linux), will LA pay for me to fly to $location
| for an F2F conf?
I would hope that really it's just going to come down to common sense. A LUG
of one is amusing but hardly likely to get any air time with LA; if the Broome
LUG with 50 occasional attendees but no formal committee knocked on their door
I'm sure they'd be forthcoming.
Paul, speaking as a person who organises events for a LUG with no formal
membership or committee.
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