First MozCoffee Held in Sarajevo2. April 2012 - 9:32 — Dejan Georgievski
The first ever MozCoffee in Sarajevo was held last Saturday, March 31, 2012, at the Ka5an Cafè, organized by Aleksandar Savić, Mozilla volunteer and representative for BiH. Of the 20 people that initially registered, 16 appeared at the MozCoffee and were very satisfied with the event and the surprise that the organizer prepared for them.
At the first MozCoffee, the activists discussed Mozilla related issues, the local Mozilla community, the events and the news of the past year, the work on the localisation of Mozilla, and the Student Reps project, presented for the first time in public.
Aleksandar Savić treated the guests with a free first drink (coffee or non-alcoholic beverage), and also to a cake with the logo of Firefox, prepared by Enida, a baker he found surfing on the Facebook.
The complete photo gallery from the first MozCoffee is available on Aleksandar Savić’s blog. (Izvor: Aleksandar Savić's Blog)
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