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Thu Jul 30 00:43:20 AEST 2015
When any particular topic starts to overwhelm this list that's the
stage it gets upgraded to it's own list.
On the topic of open source communication mechanisms in Australia, has
anyone setup an open slack for aus open source yet?
On Wed, Jul 29, 2015 at 5:11 PM, ac <ac at main.me> wrote:
> On Wed, 29 Jul 2015 16:26:30 +0930
> David Lloyd <lloy0076 at adam.com.au> wrote:
>> Hi Andrew,
>> On 29/07/2015 2:21 PM, ac wrote:
>> > many other lists but in the spirit of openness, I have been
>> > banned from one linux user group list before as I cannot accept
>> > weird politics, clickyness and back room dictator like behavior
>> > for a lug... of course, i do have floss projects and yes, of course
>> > i have no issues with dictatorships (or bofh) if it is your project
>> Oh, we're a fairly egalitarian bunch - I was thrown off all the
>> LinuxSA mailing lists and banned at least once, generally caused a
>> huge stir amongst everyone and some still blame me for the splitting
>> of the then only mailing list. Six years later and I'm making sure
>> that things happen down here in South Australia - the different LUGs
>> prefer different leadership styles and LinuxSA tends to prefer a
>> single, non-committee type of leadership .
> good to know, thank you so much! this list though, is run by committee
> as far as i can tell?
> and there is no general noise, chat, oss general tech type list?
> so i can chat and comment about intel 3d xpoint, etc here?
> if there are many people from all over AU on this list will the
> level of noise not be hectic? - the list archives for this list it
> seemed so quiet...
> > If you /really/ want to get a taste of all the LUGs together then you
>> could consider going to a Linux Conf (linux.conf.au); I haven't been
>> due to work reasons for a while but a lot of the people I know from
>> the Adelaide open source community have been to the ones since I last
>> left and say that they're really only getting better.
> AU Linux Conf's sounds great, added to bucket list :)
> Which is the most active Lug's? Ones with SFD (software freedom day)
> and all sorts of things going on all the time? (side note: I saw on
> adam.com.au about page about BBS :) my fondest memories about bbs )
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