[Linux-aus] Linux Australia AGM Held
wildfire at progsoc.uts.edu.au
Sun Feb 2 22:45:01 UTC 2003
On Sun, Feb 02, 2003 at 11:06:07PM +1000, Anthony Towns wrote:
> Is having no one from Queensland on the
> Linux Australia board "adequately representing the needs of people"
> in Queensland?
Since Linux Australia isn't designed to represent the needs of people in
Queensland, the answer is yes.
> but the lack of broad-based national participation in
> Linux Australia is its most serious flaw
Why so? I'm yet to hear a good case for it. Particularly as Linux
Australia isn't designed to represent regional interestes.
> , and gratuitiously dismissing
> suggestions on how to improve that is very poor form.
Well, if you and Brett can come up with a reasonable reason rationale and,
perhaps, wording modifications to the constition I would hope that that
would not be prevented from being presented to all members.
> Perhaps it
> would be best to let her work out which direction she's going to lead
> Linux Australia, and let her respond to suggestions like Bret's. She
> couldn't be much more alienating than what we've seen so far.
Thanks, I guess.
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