[pp.int.general] Cross-promoting each other - Poland
jh at sotun.de
Sun Sep 30 16:27:09 CEST 2007
In Germany we have the "Piratenmagazin" in stack, but it's progress is
stuttering. We already have articles, some Designs documents but do not get
to finish it :-/
May be this could be a common Austria-Germany(-Suisse) effort?
Have a look at our progress (not all results published their):
Am Sonntag, 30. September 2007 11:08:53 schrieb Juxi Leitner:
> We here in Austria also (try to) publish a regular "newspaper" kinda
> thing and this I guess would also be a nice place to present another
> party. For two reasons, first to show here locally that this is an
> international movement, and secondly to also get regular updates from
> the parties.
> Does anybody else publish something like that? (article sharing :))
> On 9/29/07, Błażej Kaczorowski <blazej.kaczorowski at gmail.com> wrote:
> > We couldnt start alone, becouse we are not yet registerd, but we send
> > bunch of questions to political parties about copyeright law, patents
> > and surveillance in informacional age - we are waiting for answers now
> > ...
> > I personaly had offer from socialist party for starting from their
> > list but i have to end my collage and i am getting married soon so i
> > dont have a time for election camapain also my view for economy is
> > more liberalar than social so it woild be also strange to start from
> > socialist parrty list - therefore it would be only a try becouse they
> > dont have real chances for reaching 5% level of geting to parlament
> > becouse thay have like %% level).
> > PS. most certain is that we will rgister as political party in week -
> > new webpage is nearly ended (the only reason we are waiting).
> > BR,
> > kaczor
> > 2007/9/28, Jens Seipenbusch <seipenbusch at web.de>:
> > > Hi all,
> > >
> > > when reading the newspaper today, there were two articles with
> > > reference to Poland.
> > > The first was about the EU declaring the 10th of October to 'Day
> > > against death penalty', which the polish government tried to prevent
> > > because of Kaczynski.
> > > The second one was about the coming elections in Poland, where the
> > > participating parties were mentioned.
> > >
> > > So i thought, 'why not make a press-release in each country, where we
> > > say e.g.: we _are_ against the death penalty and we think that Poland
> > > needs new good politics, say the Polish Pirate-Party!'. Similar to that
> > > we could more often cross-promote our parties respectively. (e.g. we
> > > informed some Spanish people on the demonstration in Berlin about the
> > > Pirate-Parties and that there is one on Spain, too!) (some nice pics
> > > here:
> > > http://einmachglas.wordpress.com/2007/09/24/demo-freie-schone-bilder-un
> > >d-berichte/)
> > >
> > > With regards to the second article: had you tried to participate in the
> > > coming elections, or was it too close?
> > >
> > > regards,
> > > Jens
> > > --
> > > Jens Seipenbusch
> > > Vorsitzender/chairman
> > > Piratenpartei Deutschland /Germany
> > > PIRATEN
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > >
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