PC4Peace is a Non-Profit Organization founded in November 2003 (Kyoto, Japan) with the express interest of helping to bridge the global south dilemma by reusing decommissioned technologies (mainly computers that can be used in schools) to find a new life in needy schools in our project countries.

Over the years, the PC4Peace has been successfully donated more than 1000 unit to Cambodia partnership with UNESCO. Currently, the PC4Peace is planning to conduct the project here in Philippines specifically from Mindanao partnership with Western Mindanao State University as the HUB project.

Currently we are looking for Volunteers for Philippines PC4Peace Project and be able to help schools in donating PC.

  • (2) Web Designer - specifically who can create joomla templates and experience in implementing plugins.

  • (3) Graphics Artist - who will create our marketing materials (Presentation, brochures )


Project will start on November. Interested to help our project please use my contact form to contact me directly.
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Hello guys, just want to inform you that i've already move my blog to my personal domain using wordpress application..

visit : www.rjiansevilla.com
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My previous blog is on blogger (http://rjian.blogspot.com)and all content are there, when my friend give me this domain and hosting i have to migrate my content on blogger to wordpress. Upon exploring wordpress and searching article on the net for migrating all content on blogger going to wordpress, you don't need to have a plugin installed on it just to transfer your content. Well here's a simple step how to migrate your content on blogger going to wordpress.

1. Login your admin wordpress account /wp-admin .

2. On admin go to tools>Import .

3. From the import you will have to choose blogger then follow instructions.

4. Then after the loading, your blogger content has successful transfer including the comments.



























































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Once again ill be attending the biggest open source camp in Asia dubbed Asia Source 3 which will be held at Silang Cavite, Philippines on November 6-13, 2009. The Asia Source 3 is a workshop aimed at building the technical skills of those working with NGOs in South and South East Asia.

The third event of the Asia source camp series, two of which have been held so far – in Bangalore, India in 2005 and Sukabumi, Indonesia in 2007 – the 6-day learn-and-share event will be held at the lush greens and quiet cool environs of the YEN CENTER – home to the Headquarters and Regional Center for Asia of the International Institute of Rural Reconstruction (IIRR) – located in Silang, a landlocked municipality south of Metro Manila, within the historic Province of Cavite.

The event is organized by International Open Source Network, Inwent-Germany, Tactical Tech, Open Society Institute, and ASEAN Foundation.

I've already purchase my ticket via Cebu Pacific which will arrived in Manila on Nov. 6 at 9:20am. I've also received their formal invitation thru my email stating my grant subsidy, travel and what to bring on the event.
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Yesterday, i just move my personal blog(blogger) to my personal domain and hosting (www.rjiansevilla.com). The site runs on wordpress, so i migrate the content from blogger to wordpress.

I'm still exploring the wordpress and modifying the templates i use. Ill publish  it within this week.
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For the 1st time my batch from High School suggested to have a small-get-together to plan the upcoming reunion this coming December and also because one of our classmate will be leaving this October to Riyad. last October 4, 2009 we went to Calvario Barangay in Isabela City to have that gathering because it is their fiesta and we have 2 batch classmate who live there, my 2nd time to be on that place also. We leave the town proper about 9:30am and arrived the place around 10:00am.
After visiting on our two classmate around 1:00pm we decide to visit our another classmate who is located at Baluno Barangay, it takes about 30 minutes rides from Calvario Barangay to Baluno.It's been years since i visit that place and it change a lot. before going home around 4:30pm we decided to have a picture taking for remembrance.

Photos: http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?pid=582177&id=1537033073#/album.php?aid=34192&id=1537033073
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For the 1st time my batch from High School suggested to have a small-get-together to plan the upcoming reunion this coming December and also because one of our classmate will be leaving this October to Riyad. last October 4, 2009 we went to Calvario Barangay in Isabela City to have that gathering because it is their fiesta and we have 2 batch classmate who live there, my 2nd time to be on that place also. We leave the town proper about 9:30am and arrived the place around 10:00am.
After visiting on our two classmate around 1:00pm we decide to visit our another classmate who is located at Baluno Barangay, it takes about 30 minutes rides from Calvario Barangay to Baluno.It's been years since i visit that place and it change a lot. before going home around 4:30pm we decided to have a picture taking for remembrance.

Photos: http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?pid=582177&id=1537033073#/album.php?aid=34192&id=1537033073
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The Mindanao Open Source Society has successfully organized the Software Freedom Day 2009 last September 19, 2009 on Region IX, Team Lead by me and with the help of Mr. Jonathan Paul Solis from STI College Zamboanga and his group. Over 120-200 student attend the said event from different universities. Thanks to Mr. Sunil Abraham, the Executive Director of Center for Internet and Society who stay-up late just to give a live message about Free and Open Source Software via skype.

Ms. Yolynne Medina who is always supporting my event giving her talk about "Introduction to Free and Open Source Software", Mr. Joseph Marcos from NCC Zamboanga who gave a talk about "Ubuntu- Linux Operating System", Mr. Jerome Locson for his wonderful talk about "Blogging and Online Presence", Ms. Jet Buchan a programmer who gave a lecture about "Netbeans", and Mr. Jean Bruce Sua an Intructor of STI who gave a talk about "Moodle".

Thanks the following sponsors who supported our event. The Netbeans (SUN Microsystem) based from Czech Republic, Ubuntu Philippines, Inwent, Tactical Tech, Philippines Web Hosting and Chowking Zamboanga.

Photos:
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The Mindanao Open Source Society has successfully organized the Software Freedom Day 2009 last September 19, 2009 on Region IX, Team Lead by me and with the help of Mr. Jonathan Paul Solis from STI College Zamboanga and his group. Over 120-200 student attend the said event from different universities. Thanks to Mr. Sunil Abraham, the Executive Director of Center for Internet and Society who stay-up late just to give a live message about Free and Open Source Software via skype.

Ms. Yolynne Medina who is always supporting my event giving her talk about "Introduction to Free and Open Source Software", Mr. Joseph Marcos from NCC Zamboanga who gave a talk about "Ubuntu- Linux Operating System", Mr. Jerome Locson for his wonderful talk about "Blogging and Online Presence", Ms. Jet Buchan a programmer who gave a lecture about "Netbeans", and Mr. Jean Bruce Sua an Intructor of STI who gave a talk about "Moodle".

Thanks the following sponsors who supported our event. The Netbeans (SUN Microsystem) based from Czech Republic, Ubuntu Philippines, Inwent, Tactical Tech, Philippines Web Hosting and Chowking Zamboanga.

Photos:
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