[TriLUG] TriLUG steering committee error in judgement
william at trilug.org
Thu Apr 7 15:30:40 EDT 2005
I just have to ask...if you frankly don't give a dagnabbit, then why the
fuss? I tend to agree with daleth; you seem to have some serious concerns
about the way TriLUG is being run, and the proactive (and helpful!)
solution would be to step up to the plate and do your best rather than
sitting on your haunches growling like a bulldog :)
On Thu, 7 Apr 2005, Jim Ray wrote:
> i don't differentiate from the two. it would have been more appropriate
> to say something like, hey, jim, how about sponsoring the may meeting
> since we're doing something so similar as what you propose?
> no one bothered to follow up with me on setting a date for the meeting.
> the next thing i heard, TriLUG is putting their own thing together and
> did not bother to include me in any way. i'm calling BS on that move.
> i don't really care about the links as long as policy is uniform. folks
> that make the policy and enforce it are the ones that have to look
> themselves in the mirror every day. frankly, my dear, i just don't give
> a dagnabbit.
> >Looking at the archives for the Steering list, you said you might
> >be able to sponsor us in 6 months (this was back in Feb). You also
> >said you'd like to have a meeting to "discuss open source alternatives
> >to commercial software as well as best practices in the field for
> >either choice." That is something completely different from what
> >TriLUG is doing in May. What we're doing in May is letting
> >people ask questions about distributions that they might
> >not know very well.
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