Posts tagged with “open web day”

Open Web Day at University of Sto. Tomas (UST)

Robert "Bob" Reyes


Team Mozilla Philippines, in cooperation with Tomasino Web and Wikimedia Philippines staged the very first Open Web Day at the oldest university in Asia: the Royal and Pontifical University of Sto. Tomas.   The half-day event venue was held at the St. Albertus Magnus Auditorium (Ed-Tech Center) earlier today. Attended by a couple of UST students and some friends of TomWeb. Jojit Ballesteros of Wikimedia Philippines gave a talk on what Wikimedia (the power behind the world’s biggest encyclopedia) is… Read the rest

Ateneo de Naga University to Host the 4th Open Web Day

Ren² Gabás


Open Web Day is a monthly event of Mozilla and Wikimedia to enable ordinary Filipinos as web makers to contribute content on Wikipedia using open web technologies, as well as contribute to localize the Firefox web browser. Wikimedia Philippines has a wiki entry about the Open Web Day. Marhay na Aldaw Saindo Gabos! those who are in Naga City and fans of open source projects, you can join us on June 30, 2012 from 8:00am till 5:00 pm at Electronic… Read the rest

Open Web Day at Asian Institute of Management

Eusebio Barrun Jr.


Join us on the 3rd Open Web Day at Asian Institute of Management with the guys from the Computer Professionals Union for a whole day event of open source activities. To know more about the Open Web Day check out the wiki made by Wikimedia Philippines. Filipino ako. Firefox ang browser ko, Wikipedia ang ini-edit ko. Paano tumulong sa Tagalog Firefox? Paano mag-edit sa Wikipedia? Alamin at pumunta sa Open Web Day Workshops. Halina at MAKISAYA sa pagbabahagi sa Open… Read the rest

Open Web Day at DLSU Manila

Eusebio Barrun Jr.


Here is the second Open Web Day for the open source advocates out there, the venue will be at De La Salle University of Manila A1103, Bro. Andrew Gonzalez Hall. We got more time for this workshop on March 17, 2012 starting at 9:00 am and will end at 4:00 pm. This is co presented by the College of Computer Studies of De La Salle University of Manila. A laptop computer, netbook or tablet PC is required to participate in… Read the rest