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Re: [Linux-aus] Can Linux Australia survive?
On Mon, 2005-07-04 at 14:41, Lorn Potter wrote:
> You probably mean that these people are resigned to this decision
> because the committee has probably ignored them. (from what I have heard
> there was quite an opposition to this decision, and these concerns were
> overruled, much like my opinions on the matter have been).
> I only brought this up, because Bret brought up some concerns about it,
> and was flipantly disregarded.
Bret has a history of objecting to various LA decisions verging on the
troll like as can be evidenced by his comparison of the decision to go
to NZ with tax payer funded "Study Tours" taken by politicians, thus
inferring that the LA committee are rorting the conference funds.
> Of course they haven't, they wouldn't complain if you took it to the US
> either. It's only marketing to them.
Part of your previous post included a statement to the effect that
sponsors would drop the conference because of "trust issues" however
here you seem to take it as read that sponsors don't care.
> Why would I want to run an organization that can't honour it's own charter?
See here I have a problem. If all you are going to do is complain about
the way things are done and are not willing to put in the time to "fix"
the problems as you see fit, then we are going to have to agree to
disagree on this issue and it would be best to end this cyclic thread.