Kattints ide ha a magyar változatot akarod olvasni !
Our organisation is an answer to the emerging social need for a low-cost, reliable and non-profit Internet and on-line data provider. We are planning a complex of services, the financial support needed will be achieved by appealing to foundations, state funds, companies and private supporters.
We would like to support the self organizing efforts of local communities, by means of providing effective communication channels and information resources. Public Access means to set up a dial-up server, which enables the user to connect to the global information superhighway. However, connection itself is not enough : we would like to fill our server with on-line data from NGOs, to enable them to show their existing databases, or those that are to be developed. To overcome technical difficulties we are planning to manufacture low cost, network oriented machines and supply used hardware and parts as well. Our machines will come with public domain software ready to run. We will set up a Help!Desk to help users solve their technical problems 24 hours a day. Tasks will include installation, maintenance, system repairs and help for users to get started. We will popularize cyberculture with the publication of books, manuals, periodicals, leaflets and fanzines dedicated to the know-how of the Internet. A CyberCafe will be established, it will be a creative space with public terminals and serve as a meeting and focal point for the growing subculture of hungarian hackers, Internet and BBS users.
E-mail : Koz-Hely@caesar.elte.hu
Mailing List : KOZHELY-L@caesar.elte.hu
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Mailing Address : Koz-Hely Egyesulet, c/o Szabad Radiok Magyarorszagi Szervezete, O utca 11., I/6, Budapest 1066, Hungary
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