> Michael Honeyfield wrote:
> >Will wlug be working with NZOSS on submitting these or will wlug do it independent of them?
> We'd like it to get done. Preferably yesterday. Hence we're taking the
> initiative and doing it ourselves. Rodney Hide has kindly offered a
> channel, and we'd like to take it.
OK, I will take a look through the course of the day for you.
> Hi all,
> After Rodney Hide spoke to us last year, he suggested that our most
> effective tool for advocacy would be to formulate a list of
> parliamentary questions. A good explanation of the usefulness of these
> can be found here:
> Mr. Hide has offered to put our questions forward, but at the moment
> they are a tad incoherent. Could we have some keen volunteers to edit
> Be brutal. Don't worry about retaining comments - they are retained in
> the wiki's revision history. I'd really like to submit these in "ready
> to ask" form to Mr. Hide by the end of this month.
> Please note: The WLUG has no political affiliation with ACT or any
> other political party, but we know a useful tool when we see one. :)
> Please don't submit these questions yourself, as we would like them to
> all be submitted together from a single point of contact to maximise
> their efficiency.
> Greig McGill
> El Presidente.
Will wlug be working with NZOSS on submitting these or will wlug do it independent of them?
Yes, we've started a Palmerston North LUG -1st meet 24th March went well
with 15 people attending, site under construction viewble at
mailing list on the way
considering sending delegation of gentoo cult members to next wlug