A pan-European DFD activity proposal

Alessandro Polvani alessandro.polvani at fsfe.org
Tue Feb 14 14:19:06 UTC 2012

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On 02/14/2012 03:04 PM, Heiki "Repentinus" Ojasild wrote:
> On 14 February 2012 13:53, Jelle Hermsen <jelle at fsfe.org> wrote:
>> Hi, Unfortunately I didn't get any response from Tekmote. I take
>> it they're not interested, although a reply from them would have
>> been nice.
> No problem.
> I am starting to believe that we should postpone this until next
> year and do it right. If we wanted to, it would be possible to rush
> it through, but I am of the opinion that we simply would not get
> the results we are looking for, and it would be more beneficial to
> pick the idea up in December 2012 to organize a grandiose
> competition.

For my part, I was planning to start working on the competition for
Italy later today.
It seems that if we want to do it as a test we have to start with
Estonia and Italy. We still have one month before the presentation
deadline, and I think it's possible to manage it. Even if it doesn't
work, it would be nice just to have a feedback and some nice ideas to
have for next year.

If we decide to do so, we have to draft an e-mail to send to schools
and to intermediary organisations (I know a couple of them in Italy),
who could spread the voice further.
I guess this e-mail should be ready to be sent out before the end of
the week (the sooner the better).

The other step would be to define a jury. I have no clue how we could
do that.

What do you think?

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