Thanks for pointing out that Gerrald's view was not relative to the
discussion. I would like to suggest something for all new members, please
take time to study the activities we have undertaken before making

I will only be able to host a maximum of 12 people at my place so again I
will chose to go for old members due to oblivious reasons. The weekend
after Easter on Saturday I have a high school get together so I will not be

Maybe we can take a quick survey to see who would be available on the
Easter Sunday evening... Monday is is holiday. If we make 10 people +, we
are good to go. People who have not at all been involved with the Wikipedia
for Schools project will get the least consideration for this one.


On Wed, Mar 28, 2012 at 10:18 AM, Abbas Mahmood <>wrote:

>  > Date: Tue, 27 Mar 2012 13:34:37 +0300
> > From:
> > To:
> > Subject: Re: [Wikimedia Kenya] Wikipedia for Kamukunji Schools
> >
> > Hi guys
> >
> > The nairobi skuls idea is great. Lets just give them what is available
> > now, we can always upgrade it when the kenyan version is out. I am
> > sure it will help them lotz.
> >
> > Gerrard
> Hi Gerrard,
> Your assumption is flawed: we've called a number of schools that we had
> installed the offline Wikipedia and the feedback that we got was that the
> content wasn't relevant. This is why we are working on a Kenyan version,
> because we don't want to repeat past mistakes.
> David,
> I agree with Stephen and think that you should consider hosting us after
> the Berlin meeting (probably on the weekend after Easter?). It could also
> act as a get-together for us to hear Stephen's and Alex's experience at the
> Chapters Meeting. Thanks for the offer :-)
> --Abbas.
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