I've only seen three replies to the list, and quite frankly, they were
encouraging replies which are more likely to motivate other members to
attend the meeting rather than merely create noise.
Having heard that RMS would be coming through Hamilton, not hearing if
anything had been organised, then having someone slamming the door right
into our faces...
No thankyou for making the right people aware of RMS coming to Hamilton
No prior communication
No thankyou to Bruce for his stunning efforts
I think any encouragement of people saying, "I'm coming to this", "Me
too..", whatever, is a good thing in this particular instance.
It's also a vote to say the to organising committee that we want to hear
RMS speak, don't be so rude to us...
On Fri, 2008-07-18 at 14:45 +1200, Craig Box wrote:
Bruce Kingsbury wrote:
> Just wondering. If CompSci were to host a talk by Richard
> (proposed Sat 9th August, early evening) who
definitely turn up
> for it?
> WLUG cannot organise this. RMS refuses to have anything to
> LUGS. CompSci are considering it, but
don't think that 100
> people will turn up. I have no idea how much
> there actually is in this presentation. Show
For the sake of less 'me too' e-mail, please consider sending your
response to Bruce off-list for his tallying.
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