[Linux-aus] Can Linux Australia survive?
leon at cyberknights.com.au
Sun Jul 3 20:46:02 UTC 2005
On Sunday 03 July 2005 16:28, Lorn Potter wrote:
> Leon Brooks wrote:
>> We'll go overseas to Tasmania, too, when they have enough people to
>> back an LCA there.
> I thought LCA did not have any problems filling arenas.
D'oh! Enough _organisers_. "When _they_ have" doesn't refer to those
filling the arena.
>> * filtering out the less dedicated for one year;
> Dedication has nothing to do with it. Travelling internationally is
> inherentally more of a PITA than travelling domestically.
Like I said: "filtering out the less dedicated". For one year.
>> * top spot to be in midsummer;
> this is open to debate.
OK, as long as you don't mind losing. (-:
>> * generally not being colonial and mindlessly nationalist.
> Then amend the charter to include a more international flavor and
> stop calling it Linux Australia. ;)
>> How about Linux Australasia? I think a formal name change would be
>> a major PITA, but I don't think referring to us as Linux
>> Australiasia would be such a bad thing.
> At this point, it would be more accurite.
Was that a troll? No, forget I asked. (-:
Where are you stationed? Do you have any interests to declare?
Hello from Perth, WA.
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