[plug] plug Digest, Vol 104, Issue 7
Paul Del - Simplifying Information Technology
p at delfante.it
Tue Jan 15 14:35:38 WST 2013
See you guys to night for the second round AGM
I will arrive about 6:30PM. I'll try get their earlier
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> 1. Re: Notice of resumption of PLUG AGM Tuesday (15/1/2013) from
> 7pm at SpaceCubed (Nick Bannon)
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> Date: Mon, 14 Jan 2013 12:30:22 +0800
> From: Nick Bannon <nick at ucc.gu.uwa.edu.au>
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> Subject: Re: [plug] Notice of resumption of PLUG AGM Tuesday
> (15/1/2013) from 7pm at SpaceCubed
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> On Mon, Jan 14, 2013 at 10:22:44AM +0800, Andrew Cooks wrote:
> > On Mon, Jan 14, 2013 at 10:16 AM, Peter Lyons <darklion at peterlyons.id.au>
> > > However, if we don't get enough people this time we can proceed anyway.
> > > Our normal practice in this case is to adopt whatever decisions came
> > > of last weeks "informal" AGM.
> > Does this mean that, for those ordinary members who couldn't attend
> > last Tuesday (but can today), there's no real urgency to attend?
> ^^^^^ tomorrow!
> (Actually, I think we can still add proxies, but...)
> It does mean that. However, if you're brimming with enthusiasm for PLUG
> this year feel free to come along. We can informally co-opt committee
> or sub-committee members and recognise whatever you're willing to step
> up to the plate for.
> The constitutionally specified procedure is that we wait for up to half an
> hour beyond the specified meeting start time and then proceed; at which
> point normal practice will be to ratify last week's decisions. We'll be
> sure to check the door for stragglers at those points: 7:00pm, 7:30pm.
> There's a regularly scheduled PLUG-in-the-pub later this month - locals
> welcome but some may be regrouping as a Canberra http://linux.conf.au/
> away team.
> Next month's events are on as normal - regular time, regular place -
> unless you hear otherwise here! We're on the lookout for interesting
> presenters, local or shipped in, for you all this year - buttonhole them
> if you can and get them in touch with committee at plug.org.au .
> Nick Bannon | "I made this letter longer than usual because
> nick-sig at rcpt.to | I lack the time to make it shorter." - Pascal
> PLUG discussion list: plug at plug.org.au
> Committee e-mail: committee at plug.linux.org.au
> End of plug Digest, Vol 104, Issue 7
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