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After successful first Online Indic Wikisource Proofreadthon hosted and organised by CIS-A2K in May 2020, again we are planning to conduct one more Indic Wikisource Proofreadthon II.I would request to you, please submit your opinion about the dates of contest and help us to fix the dates. Please vote for your choice below.
Last date of submit of your vote on 24th September 2020, 11:59 PM
I really hope many Indic Wikisource proofreader will be present this time.
Please comment on CentralNotice banner proposal for Indic Wikisource Proofreadthon 2020 for the Indic Wikisource contest. (1 Oct2020 - 15 Oct, all IPs from India, Bangladesh, Srilanka, all project). Thank you.
Thanks for your attention
Wikisource Advisor, CIS-A2K