Pine asked me a good question: Where to express support? I think
whatever you think is the most appropriate. This thread works, as
well. His email is bra...@gmail.com. You have the link to his Facebook
page via WMRS photo. He is using Twitter, as well @branej.

On Sun, Nov 22, 2015 at 12:40 AM, Milos Rancic <mill...@gmail.com> wrote:
> At some point of time, the best you could do is to reach for a
> superstition and hope it will work. It doesn't matter how it will be
> explained after, but at this point of time, it's only that
> superstition which matters.
>
> My particular superstition is that Brane would be able to see his
> eulogy and that we'll be able to laugh together. You know, it's a rare
> opportunity to see how your eulogy would look like, so I hope I am
> giving it to him.
>
> An hour ago I heard that he is in critical condition. At first, I was
> thinking what should I write after he dies. Then, I realized that I
> should write it now and post it after. Then, it's come into my mind
> that I should send it immediately as, at least, I could think about
> reading with him this eulogy and your comments after he recovers.
>
> Since August 2014 he is struggling with bone cancer. His curse is that
> his body is so strong, that chemotherapy is not working yet.
> Paradoxically, we hope that his body is weak enough now that it will
> finally accept chemotherapy. Monday would be crucial day for him.
>
> He is one of those "invisible" Wikimedians who actually contributed
> significantly to our movement. Some of you, mostly those who visited
> Belgrade, know him.
>
> He is one of the founders of Wikimedia Serbia. It's a pity that he is
> in this condition while WMRS is preparing to celebrate its 10th
> anniversary. Here is our photo from the founding assembly [1].
>
> Presently, he is a board member of Wikimedia Serbia.
>
> His epic fight for copyright correctness on Serbian Wikipedia created
> the foundations of the present day strict copyright rules. It's a
> great achievement for a project of such size and it was possible just
> because of him.
>
> While he was active editor, he was highly trusted Wikipedian and he
> was administrator, bureaucrat and checkuser on Serbian Wikipedia, as
> well as on a number of of other projects in Serbian language.
>
> Alpha software for transliteration between Cyrillic and Latin scripts
> of Serbian language in MediaWiki was his work. That was the basis for
> the future implementation. It was the first software of that kind
> implemented in one web engine.
>
> He is my close friend. Besides a lot of things which he did, which
> will be mentioned at appropriate time, I want to say that many things
> which I did wouldn't be possible without his contribution.
>
> He is now very exhausted and he won't be able to read this today or
> tomorrow. However, I am sure he will be able to read it on Monday,
> after he recovers a bit. So, your support matters, no matter of my
> superstitious reasons for sending this email.
>
> [1] 
> https://www.facebook.com/wikimedia.rs/photos/a.826279217387658.1073741828.294923960523189/1198903920125184/

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