Many thanks for your mail. However, I was reading the documentation page &
timeline on commons for some time. As per the timeline given, the process
has already began from the beginning of February & local domain
registration was to be done by February 19. Lot other preparations are also
listed to be done within February.
Are we behind schedule to do all these preparations? And If so, is there
any scope to get all preparations shortly?
Please tell us more about it.
Ali Haidar Khan (Tonmoy)
On Mon, Mar 5, 2012 at 10:13 PM, Munir Hasan <munir.hasan(a)bdosn.org> wrote:
Great. Thanks for the information.
I think we can do it and this will help us to promote wiki in the country.
Recently we completed our first unconference and planning more programme
for coming days.
I hope, we, from the chapter, would get back to you shortly after
reviewing the details of the programme as well as assessing our strength in
On Mon, Mar 5, 2012 at 8:59 PM, Lodewijk <lodewijk(a)effeietsanders.org>wrote;wrote:
For those that do not know me: I'm Lodewijk from the Netherlands, and I'm
(amongst other things) one of the people coordinating the Wiki Loves
Monuments initiatives on an international level. I have been involved in
the 2010 contest in the Netherlands and the 2011 in Europe.
Wiki Loves Monuments is a photo contest organized around cultural
heritage (buildings and other similar physical objects such as bridges etc
that are of cultural/historical relevance). It was organized last year in
18 countries in Europe, and this year we're seeing which countries outside
Europe might be interested too. It was suggested to us that the Bangladesh
community might be willing and able to join Wiki Loves Monuments this year.
How would you feel about this?
You can find more information about what Wiki Loves Monuments is all
the suggested Timeline gives you perhaps an impression of the work that
would be involved with this
You should however realize that Wiki Loves Monuments is organized
federatively, and that the national contests have a large degree of
independence. You would be organizing your own contest (with support and
help from the international team, for example on technical side) and you
should do, within a framework, do whatever works best in your country.
Would you perhaps be interested? If you have any questions, please let me
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