Wikimedia chapters/Reports/Wikimedia Serbia/2010

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This is Wikimedia Serbia activity report for the year 2010.


March 1 - October 15 (summer semester)
Faculty course about work on Wikipedia and Wikinews at the Faculty of Media and Communications, University Singidunum, Belgrade
The beginning of the billboard campaign "Lik i link"
July 10 - August 10
Wikipedia article enhancement competition, with the WikiReader as the prize
Seminal paper writing project for Wikipedia by students at the Faculty of Organizational sciences, University of Belgrade
December 9 - Lecture about Wikipedia (Filip Maljković)


March 14
Pi day event at the Youth Center of Belgrade
April 16 - 18
Participation at the Wikimedia Conference in Berlin (Goran Obradović)
June 5 - 6
Fourth regional conference at the Youth Center of Belgrade (with guests from Poland, Germany and Hungary)
July 9 - 11
Participation at Wikimania in Gdansk, Poland (Filip Maljković, Miloš Rančić, Danica Radovanović)
July 17
First TEDx Belgrade conference at the Culture institution Vuk
August 5 - 8
Participation at the Nagykanizsa Wikicamp organized by Wikimedia Hungary (Filip Maljković)
August 28
Video conference "WikiWormhole Belgrade - New York" in cooperation with Wikimedia NYC
November 12 - 13
Participation at a conference in Veszprem organized by Wikimedia Hungary (Filip Maljković)
December 17
Participation at the debate "Where Is It Leaking? Wikileaks/Whistle" at the B-link festival, at the Ozone gallery (Nikola Smolenski)


January 13
Meeting with the representatives of the Museum of Yugoslav history regarding possible future cooperation (Miloš Rančić)
July 4
Sixth General Assembly
October - November
Participation in the research about organizational culture by Human Synergistics
Held 26 public meetups throughout the year


May 28
Interview "Wikipedia Has Errors, But Everyone Uses It" for the paper Politika (Miloš Rančić)
September 5
Report about the "Lik i link" campaign in TV RTS 1 news
November 17
Interview in a show of radio Studio B (Goran Obradović)