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More about Slobodnakultura.org
Slobodnakultura.org is an non-formal network based in Belgrade. Acting as a kind of meta-organization coordinating different innitiatives and actions by different individuals and organizations, it presents a collaborative platform for discussing and conducting various projects. All of it’s projects are formally being conducted trough one or several of it’s member organizations with the formal status. Creativecommons.org.yu (our latest “baby”) is the part of slobodnakultura.org help in building the tools requested from within the society in order to introduce different social codes. Web sites/platforms like drugascena.net (gathering more then 80 independent cultural innitiatives from Belgrade, and of which slobodnakultura.org is one of the founding members) are yet another visible outcome of the networking on the local/regional level, and beyond. Fundraising and management for the process of localizations of Creative Commons licences are being carried out by Bureau for Culture and Communication Beograd ( birobeograd.info), a member of slobodnakultura.org network.
More information: slobodnakultura.org and creativecommons.org.yu
More about Wikimedia Serbia
Wikimedia Serbia, formed in 2005, is a non-profit independent organization, based in Belgrade. The mission of the organization is to develop free knowledge access to every single human being. Wikimedia Serbia is included in the international network of non-profit and independent organizations by sharing the goals of free knowledge issues or improving and participating in the global collection of educational content under free licenses or in the public domain. Wikimedia Serbia supports free knowledge Community and free knowledge projects building the Community in Serbia and providing the projects in Serbian language. The projects are coordinated by the Wikimedia Foundation, http://wikimediafoundation.org/wiki/Home, the non-profit parent organization of various multilingual free content projects — Wikipedia, the famous online encyclopedia, which is among the most visited websites in the world; Wicktionary, the free dictionary with thousands of definitions; Wikisource, the collection of texts with thousands of pages of content; Wikiquote, the repository of quotations; Wikibooks, collaboratively written textbooks; Wikinews, citizen journalism; Wikiversity, the source of learning materials; Wikispecies, the species database aimed specifically at the needs of scientific users; Wikimedia Commons, the repository for free video, images, music and other media; MediaWiki, the engine released under the GPL and Wikimedia Meta Wiki, the central wiki for coordination and development of all Wikimedia projects.
Wikimedia Serbia is also participating in the regional Free Culture Network of artists, experts and activists, http://www.slobodnakultura.org, which supports free culture, free knowledge and free software issues.
Wikimedia Serbia may be contacted at http://rs.vikimedija.org and firstname.lastname@example.org.
More about New Media Center_kuda.org
New Media Center_kuda.org is an independent organization which brings together artists, theoreticians, media activists, researchers and the wider public in the field of Information and Communication Technologies. In this respect, kuda.org is dedicated to the research of new cultural relations, contemporary artistic practice, and social issues.
Kuda.org’s work focuses on questions concerning the influence of the electronic media on society, on the creative use of new communication technologies, and on contemporary cultural and social policy. Some of the main issues include interpretation and analysis of the history and significance of the information society, the potential of information itself, and the diffusion of its influence on political, economic and cultural relationships in contemporary society. New Media Center_kuda.org opens space for both cultural dialog and alternative methods of education and research. A social question, media culture, new technologies art, and the Open Source and Free Software principal are areas in which kuda.org is engaged.
New Media Center_kuda.org may be contacted at www.kuda.org.Posted 06 March 2008