Milos Rancic wrote:
Thanks Walter :) We are getting a lot of help from
who is working on popular culture events (and who is our vice
president now). Without his help, nothing would be so easy.
On 12/26/05, Walter van Kalken <walter(a)vankalken.net> wrote:
>Milos Rancic wrote:
>>- In Wednesday probably Filip Maljkovic and Djordje Stakic would have
>>presentation of Wikipedia for 160 students of University of Novi
>>Pazar. (Presentation is based on one German Power Point presentation.)
>>- In Thursday Djordje Stakic would have presentation of Wikipedia on
>>the Faculty for Mathematics of Belgrade University.
>>- We started with cooperation with Free Software Network of Serbia,
>>which is associate organization of Free Software Foundation Europe and
>>the next steps we would work together.
>>- In the second half of January we would have two
>>presentations/speeches in the Youth Cultural Center of Belgrade (the
>>most important alternative cultural center in Belgrade;
>>http://www.domomladine.org/): The first one would be presentation of
>>Wikipedia, the second one would be the talk about free software and
>>projection of the movie Revolution OS.
>>- In February we would have two presentations/speeches, but we didn't
>>make materials yet.
>>- In the first half of March Richard Stallman would come in Belgrade.
>>(Not 100% sure, but we would know that in the next couple of days.)
>>- In the second half of April Jimbo would be in Belgrade (I hope in
>>Zagreb and Ljubljana, too).
>>- In May we would organize free knowledge/free software
>>(Wikipedia/GNU) festival in Belgrade.
>Go Milos go :) I am happy wikimedia Serbia goes full steam!
All good Milos !
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