I am glad to see that a page on eLiberatica has been created. I've gone in and made a rough set of changes to improve the accuracy and clarity of the content. It still needs work. :) Zak Greant 17:23, 31 May 2007 (UTC)
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Hi! I speedy-deleted the first version of this article for not asserting notability and not having sources. Somebody asked me to stop by and look at the new version. It's now plausible to me that we can write an adequately verifiable article from reliable sources, although I think it will be a minimal one for now. Does anybody have more sources for this? I'd especially like to see links to press coverage of the event, even if they're not in English. Thanks, William Pietri 01:06, 5 June 2007 (UTC)