[Linux-aus] Re: [clug] Re: LUG/SIG contacts (was: "SCO case: Australian LUGs")

Jeff Waugh jdub at perkypants.org
Tue Jun 24 18:43:02 UTC 2003

On Tue, 2003-06-24 at 04:48, Martin Pool wrote:
> On 24 Jun 2003, Leon Brooks <leon at cyberknights.com.au> wrote:
> > Would it be more appropriate to treat LA (Linux Australia) as the 
> > rendezvous point, the single contact, and rely on them to gather 
> > opinion from the LUGs when asked? For example, LA's current treasurer 
> > is on countless LUG lists, and would probably know who to ask what and 
> > how.
> I think that would be easier for the media, and pretty appropriate
> given Linux Australia's revitalized role and committee.  It seems to
> make a lot of sense for issues like this which are not at all specific
> to any city or LUG.  If the journalist just wants to talk to a few
> different representative people then I'm sure Pia (the LA president)
> could set that up.

This would also be a good reason to have the private lug@ list, which a
number of people agreed with last month (but to my knowledge hasn't been
fixed up).

- Jeff

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