Opera Campus Crew Vienna: semester wrapup
By Andylee Satomichaelpuermayr. Monday, July 5, 2010 3:45:15 PM
This is my first blog post about activities in the Opera Campus Crew Vienna and I am just going to wrap up what happened this semester as we basically totally forgot about this blog here.
1st, we did not do any like "official" stuff. We did not hold big Opera fandom conventions and did not hold any speeches to the masses or something like that.
What we did is the following:
--dozens of discussions on the topics of browsers in general, Opera's philosophy, Opera features and so on.
--I did have at least 15 of these discussions going on for over 2 hours in groups of 5 or more participants (not always the same ones ;-) ).
--Installed Opera Mini an 3 iPhones
--Installed Opera on 4 Windows and 2 Linux Laptops of fellow students (as well as reminding them to check out whether 10.60 is already out - especially for the Linux users)
--installed Opera mini on 4 non-iPhones
--doing the fireworker-thing during the "Opera does not work on youtube"-day(s?)
--I recruited 2 other students, so we are the 3 of us now (also one seems to have not so much interest in activity... let's see if I can motivate her again ;-) ).
--I arranged to have a matriculation project featuring the Opera Campus Crew Vienna at my old school (lately declared the winner of "Austrians most modern school" or something like that). details about that as the project goes on (deadline in February)
--installed Opera in 2 Internet Cafés and plan to do this much more often if I get time to do so (let's see how my holiday job turns out to be in terms of free time and so on ;-) )
Sadly as I don't own a camera (my parents do, but they are like 450 km away) except of my mobile phone cam (which basically is so outdated that nobody would be able to see anything on this photos) there are and won't be no photos for now. but I am planning to work on this issue.
So, to make it short: we are not totally inactive and this Opera Campus Crew T-shirt did a GOOD job, I can tell you, and as it seems to be very good quality, I hope it will continue to do so for quite some more time.
So greetings from vienna (highest living standard city worldwide <-- something I don't get tired to mention)