I'd definately like to see a standard flier. I'm sure people could
arrange translations. Perhaps even just a paragraph or so and then have
many many translations on one flier :)
On Thu, 2006-03-30 at 18:20 -0500, Patrick Hall wrote:
On 3/30/06, Mark Williamson <node.ue(a)gmail.com>
One way is posting flyers at universities and
"hotspots". The Icelandic Wikipedia had printable fliers a while back
for people to post around your school, they were neat, and could
probably very easily be adapted to any other language. (sort of like,
"Come help us build the first free online encyclopedia in Icelandic"
or something like that).
Is this flyer still available online somewhere? I think that's a great
idea, I'd like to take a look at it.
I've been thinking about doing something similar in my area, which is
pretty multilingual. I know several people offhand who could probably
be persuaded to translate the flier, assuming it's a short document.
Plenty of places to post them, as well -- most coffee places have
community bulletin boards, so do libraries.
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