40 gps devices to be sponsored to train a OSM team for kosovo

Posted by h4ck3rm1k3 on 21 June 2010 in English (English)

40 gps devices to be sponsored to train a OSM team for kosovo. Amazing!

here is an edited translation :

Today I had a very interesting meeting in implementing a pilot for IT in
Schools project funded by the European Commission.
I understood that this is a the most serious project in this field ever
implemented in Kosovo.

FLOSSK will that help train students in through a small

There is up to 2,000 EUR budget to purchase GPS equipment.

I propose that these will buy GPS antennas that will operated with Sony
Ericsson Symbian or something similar. This gives us 40 x 50 EUR for buying

40 or 80 students from coming to Kosovo all the initial training in Pristina
to use the equipment.

After coming back from a 3-4 weeks training, they will help with GPS
trace processing and map building.

The purpose is educational.

Now we have a school in Pristina as an Umbrella for this project, they will
provide computers connected to the Internet.

please forward proposals.


Location: Arbëri, Pristina, Municipality of Pristina, Fusha e Kosovës, District of Prishtina (01), 10000, Kosovo

Comment from HannesHH on 21 June 2010 at 21:12

Your enthusiasm and engagement are an inspiration each time. You are a great person!

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Comment from !i! on 22 June 2010 at 05:52

Unf*cking believable Mike! Good job!!!

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Comment from h4ck3rm1k3 on 22 June 2010 at 07:07

Thanks guys, I have to say that this was managed by Arianit Dobroshi, Bresta , and the whole flossk team. I will pass on your congratulations.

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Comment from HannesHH on 22 June 2010 at 19:55

Please do! And then pretend I made that comment on any other of your posts. ;-)

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