The Open Source/Free Software Company on Wednesday announced that it is launching a new round of action to enrich and promote the Greek edition of Wikipedia, which currently has 65,015 articles and 89,273 registered users.
The group's initiative targets local libraries, cultural and educational bodies (such as schools and universities), organisations and networks that are interested in either increasing the Greek content of the freel online encyclopedia or want to organised events to promote it.
The new round of action is part of the mywikipedia.gr initiative and seeks to enrich the encyclopaedia with high-quality content that is already available on the Internet through other open-source sites.
It will include workshops on how to use the Greek Wikipedia and its use in education.
Those interested in organising events can submit their proposals at the site http://www.mywikipedia.gr.
A discussion on the new initiative will take place on September 30 at the National Research Institute, between 5:00-8:00 p.m.