Hi, Davina and Kir,
Thanks for connecting Davina and me, Kir!
Davina (and Kir), here's Indonesia World University and School - http://worlduniversity.
wikia.com/wiki/Indonesia (before WUaS moves to a new wiki emerging from CC Wikidata, which is CC Wikipedia's database developing for its 358 languages with structured data) - and which is planned in the main Indonesian language(s) - http://worlduniversity.wikia. com/wiki/Malay/Indonesian_ language - for free CC MIT OCW-centric and CC Yale OYC University degrees (Bachelor, Ph.D., law and M.D.), while remaining a wiki (editable web pages) for open teaching and learning, also planned in Indonesian. It would be great to stay in touch as CC WUaS begins to develop in both the main / official Indonesian languages for free CC university (and planned I.B. high school) degrees, as well as wiki schools for open teaching and learning in ALL languages in Indonesia. :)
Here's my "Indonesian" blog entry label - http://scott-macleod.
blogspot.com/search/label/ Indonesian - where I blog a lot about WUaS especially.
And here's Tito Dimas in a video from a few years ago - "WUaS Indonesia - Planning for MIT OCW-centric WUaS in Indonesian and English, and Translation" ...
watch?v=WdipRA8u4kw. Tito is one of World University and School's Board members, whom I think is a lecturer at the University of Indonesia in Jakarta as well (https://www.linkedin.com/in/ tito-dimas-atmawijaya-55431313 ). We've only communicated in recent years via WUaS monthly business meeting minutes, but I'd like to introduce you to one another here. Davina Boedijono is a friend of my friend and Stanfordian Kir; Davina finished at UC Berkeley recently in its School of Engineering in EE & Computer Science, and is a programmer - https://www.linkedin.com/in/ dboedijono - and speaks fluent Indonesian.
Here, too, is a blog entry about this - http://
worlduniversityandschool. blogspot.com/2013/08/ indonesian-translation- accreditation.html.
Davina, WUaS seeks to become the Harvard / MIT of the Internet university in the main/official Indonesian language, as well as wiki schools as Harvards / Wikipedia-schools in all of Indonesia's languages. Would you both like to meet for a chai to talk about this at some point soon-ish? :)
And here's my blog entry from today for you - "Banggai cardinal fish: Stanford be blowing' ma' mInd, again and again" http://scott-macleod.blogspot.
com/2017/02/banggai-cardinal- fish-stanford-be.html :)
Languages of Indonesia -
"More than 700 living languages are spoken in Indonesia"
Indonesian Wikipedia -
See, too (from August 2013)
Silky sifaka: 4 Questions from MIT OCW exploring WUaS as a Translation Affiliate into the Indonesian language