[Nottingham] Response on awareness day

Ashley ashley.arb at gmail.com
Thu Nov 3 12:02:19 GMT 2005

Oh dear, I missed this crisis since I have been away.  I've not read
all the posts, but I think I have got the general gist.

> We're going to make the Awareness Days work regardless because a very
> small few of us do care.

I care, what can I do to help?  I may be able to attend on the 11th /
12th if I can be of some assistance.

> The rest of you freeloaders are welcome to passively free-load.

I have no wish to be a freeloader, however I accept that my
contributions so far have been minimal in relation to the number of
questions I have posted.  Thanks again to everyone who has helped me. 
I have always been willing to contribute but that is limited to the
extent of my knowledge and questions are usually answered before I get
around to reading them.

I greatly appreciate all the effort people make for the group and I
think it is very worthwhile.  I discovered the awareness day a year or
two ago quite by accident whilst visiting the Windmill.  It seemed
well supported with lots of interesting things going on.  A great
introduction to Linux.  Most people, including some Linux users
probably do not know about the Linux user groups and for any group to
survive it needs to attract new members.

I hope our enthusiastic experts do not get disheartened because we are
all dependant on them if we want this group to survive.


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