Bangladesh Jindabad!

I couldn’t have been happier than to see Bangladesh beating India on the World Cup cricket! Go Tigers, Go!

Jitse ke? Bangladesh! Harse ke? India! :D

Concert Against Corruption

Over 10,000 youngsters were present at Gulshan Youth Club playground to witness the first ever Anti-Corruption Youth Concert in Bangladesh. It was organised by Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) in order to create awareness among the youth of our generation against vices such as corruption which is manifested in almost all the sectors of the country. The slogan of the concert was “durjoy tarunno durnity rukhbei” which means “unconquerable youth will confront corruption”.

The performers were (in the order of appearance): Rab Fakir, Feedback, Souls, Fahmida Nabi, Hyder Hussein, Shahed, Pop guru Azam Khan, LRB, Meghdal, Aklima Baul, Gambhira troupe, Mehrin, Shironamheen, Pentagon, Meghdal, S. I. Tutul, Renaissance, Warfaze, Dolchhut, Black, Sumon from Aurthohin, and Artcell. Each of them sang two songs each.

Concert Against Corruption

Overall, it was a good concert. The sound system was okay, so was the security with enough armed police. Channel I recorded the entire program, whereas Radio Foorti and Radio Today telecasted live. Refreshments were available, coffee was sold for 3 taka per cup, burger and sandwich for 40 taka, hot dog and fountain coke for 15 taka. Two third of the crowd was under the age of 21, with a significant number of bosti people. Did I mention that the entry was free of cost?

Creative Commons in Bangladeshi Jurisdiction

Wouldn’t it be great to have Creative Commons (CC) licenses ported in Bangladeshi jurisdiction? Yeah, it sure would be great and fantastic! And guess what, it’s my latest project now! After more than two months of correspondence with CC internationalization team, I’ve finally received the green signal to proceed.

Creative Commons

I’ll be working on porting the version 3.0 of CC licenses, which will replace the present version 2.5 licenses. Please wish me luck; it’s by far the most daring project I’ve ever got involved with!

Sucky Dhaka Zoo

I went to Dhaka zoo today, and I absolutely hated it! It’s a nasty place with lots of nasty animals! It looked to me that the elephants didn’t take shower for months! The lions, tigers and the hippopotamus were stinking! A cheetah was bleeding as her tail was badly bitten off by another cheetah! Most of the poor animals looked ill-fed and seemed like there’s isn’t any vets in Bangladesh!

The stupid government can’t take care of the poor animals just like they can’t take care of us! Fuck the goverment!

Fedora Ambassador

Fedora Ambassador for Bangladesh

As of today, I am officially involved with the Fedora Project. I have became the Fedora Ambassador for Bangladesh, and my primary job is to:

  • Represent Fedora Project to the wider public in Bangladesh
  • Help spread the word about Fedora, Linux, and Open Source
  • Be a point of contact for community members and channel the feedback to Fedora Project
  • Help to recruit project contributors

And my brand new e-mail addresses are: [email protected] and [email protected] :)

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