Invitation to help us test Kontact on Windows

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We’ve started a cycle of Kontact on Windows packaging and stabilization which
will allow everyone to get a taste of the Kolab client on Windows.

The work on this is ongoing, but in the meantime it would be great to get some
feedback to help us identify outstanding issues. And while these packages are
not intended for productive use, they may already prove useful to some.

The packages from the last cycle can be downloaded at

http://files.kolab.org/local/windows/kolab-enterprise5/experimental/2011-03-09-12-58/

And we’d appreciate feedback to our mailing-list: kolab-devel@kolab.org.

Who creates the Bulgarian web?

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Years ago the answer to this question inevitably would have been “The web companies”; the companies, which first launched websites, made them popular and attracted many users; the ones, which developed the Bulgarian web through many new portals, services, discounts, advertisements, and so on and so forth. If you ask them now – “Who makes the Bulgarian web?” they would answer “We do”; if we ask the people on the streets, they would probably answer the same: “They do”.

But that’s not true. You, creating and sharing content every day, commenting, writing, blogging, uploading pictures and video, publishing articles in Wikipedia and anywhere else, YOU create the Bulgarian web, not the companies, remember that! Things are changing at a breakneck speed and while years ago the web companies created the web, now they are just a small part of the whole cloud of everyone, included in the task and taking part in it, willing or not. The web-evolution started a long time ago and YOU are a part of it. YOU CREATE THE BULGARIAN WEB.

I believe that’s the spirit for a Firefox birthday party; it must clarify and teach, not just to gather people, who know what Firefox is to drink beer and talk loudly. That’s why we launched a campaign to make this happen. From October 14th until November 9th the Mozilla Bulgaria Team will present about 6 lectures in different places around the country, telling of the open web, our freedom, the personal space of each of us and the way we can protect it in the Internet. We will be discussing open standards, explaining what Firefox is and why we should celebrate on November 9th not only an anniversary, but something bigger: the realized notion that web – this is you.