The much awaited QCC, 'a quiz with a change' is here at last.Anyone of one you can participate in it.All you have to do is checkout the quiz and send your answers to firstname.lastname@example.org .More rules are there in the quiz.If you have any other doubts, feel free to ask through a comment.Also don't forget.Tell your quiz enthusiastic friends about this.
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Hey guys the problem has been solved.You can now view the video in this site. Just click the following link to view the video Auido Video round.Now you can view the rest of the quiz in the abow presentation and the video audio round in the abow link.
Here is the grand project I told you that I was working on.Its finally here.And its called Quiz'a Combio Conuna - a quiz with a change.The quiz is powerpoint show.It will be available in the net.More info on where it will be uploaded will be given later.Anyway you can start registering for the quiz.
“X only works in practice. In theory, it's a total disaster.”
An early X volunteer said that when it was first becoming a household name back in 2006. It’s still true: A crazy idea like Wikipedia – volunteers around the globe creating a Y– should be impossible.
X is ten years old now. It’s still written and edited 100% by volunteers, because new people have never stopped joining the project. And it’s still 100% independent and free of advertising.
We are the number five website in the world, with more than 400 million readers per month. The only way we’ll be able to keep it free and functioning smoothly is if more readers choose to become donors.
Right now, we’re halfway through our annual fundraising drive. We have to raise $8 million more. If all of our readers donated $1, the fundraiser would be over about four hours from now. But not everyone can or will donate, and that’s fine.
I believe there are more than enough people out there who will supportX with a donation of $20, $35, $50 or whatever they can to keep Wikipedia free and independent. Are you one of them?
Answer: Personal appeal from From Wikimedia Executive Director Sue Gardner