Thank you very much for your report Pradeep. It feels great to know that the CC movement and the Wiki movement in India are working hand in hand to achieve a common goal. I just hope that someday, Tier II cities like Mysore, Coimbatore, which have a lot of cultural history can be part of such events.
On 2/17/13, Pradeep Mohandas <prad2...@yahoo.com> wrote: > hi, > > Today, we had the Mumbai event of Creative Commons. They are in India in > February visiting Pune, Mumbai, New Delhi and Bangalore. > > We had a turnout of about 30-40 people today in Mumbai. We met at the Victor > Menzes Conference Center at IIT-Bombay. > > > We began with a brief on Creative Commons in India, a brief idea on the > various Creative Commons license and why to use it. > > > We covered extensive ground especially on areas that the Creative Commons is > now being applied in - Culture, Education, Government and Science. > > > All in all, a good day with many Wikipedians in Mumbai turning up. Thank you > for coming. > > > Our thanks to Prof. Shishir Jha of IIT-Bombay for help with getting the > venue. We'd like to thank Jessica Coates and Jane Hornibrook of Creative > Commons for spending time talking to us. They also expressed hope that they > would be able to revive CC-India and an associated mailing list. > > > warm regards, > Pradeep Mohandas > > > Pradeep Mohandas > How Pradeep uses email? - http://goo.gl/6v1I9 -- Srikanth Ramakrishnan Member of the Executive Committee Wikimedia Chapter [India] Donate to the Wikimedia India Chapter today<http://wiki.wikimedia.in/Donations> _______________________________________________ Wikimediaindia-l mailing list Wikimediaindiaemail@example.com To unsubscribe from the list / change mailing preferences visit https://lists.wikimedia.org/mailman/listinfo/wikimediaindia-l