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About MDUG:

Melbourne DB2 Users Group (MDUG) is a non-profit Users Group run by users of IBM's DB2/UDB Family of Products.

The Users Group was established in 1986 and holds around 3 - 4 general meetings each year in Melbourne, Australia.  MDUG also holds Special Interest Group meetings from time to time and special events during the year.

To be able to receive the full benefits of MDUG and the activities held during the year, you need to be a member.

For the past 4 years, membership has been totally free. To become a member of MDUG, refer to Appendix 1 in the visit Rules of Incorporation.

MDUG Board:

The MDUG board consists of volunteers who are elected into the positions on the board by the members of the Melbourne DB2 Users Group at the first General Meeting of each calendar year.  Nominations for MDUG Board positions and elections are conducted in accordance with the Rules of Incorporation.

The Board meet on a regular basis, and are always looking for people to participate and assist in the development of the User Group.  We would like to hear your comments, and ideas.

Current Board members (elected at the AGM on 22 May 2008) are:

Ronnie Chan, IBM
Rick Techow
Carrol Burt
Activities (IDUG Liaison)
David Chapman
Web Administrator
Greg Hannan, CPT Global
General Member
Ron Brown
General Member
Trevor Kinsbury


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Last Update: 6 Jul 2009