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Creating Writing or translating existing material from in your language for people to learn Ido is also very important.2014-07-31

    The goal is to for Ido to be the first auxiliary language used in United Nations.2014-07-31

    If you want to support Ido and can't write (in Ido) then there are several ways to support it directly or by indirectly. To support Wikipedia Mediawiki and other wiki projects in the same organisation you indirectly support Ido because the Wikipedia projects is a great way to enhance material in Ido for free to use.2014-07-31

    When you travel then write a page or translation of an existing place in Wikitravel.[3]

    Translating Free & open source software to Ido is essential when is using and supporting Free & open source software as the main choiche.2014-07-31

    News papers online both about Ido in general but also major events outside and Ido.2014-07-31

    Broadcasts on Youtube and/or other more free alternatives.2014-07-31

    Using Twitter, Instagram, Google+ and Facebook with the hashtag #Ido* see two links below. when writing tweets, uploading medias in or about Ido on Instagram, Facebook or Google+.2014-07-31 The hashtag should be #Idolinguo because #Ido means "I do" in English.2014-09-16

    Other open and free places on the internet have to be investigated and described of how use fu usefull they can be in support as a media for enhancing the knowledge of Ido to broader crowd.2014-08-01.

[3] Wikitravel is a wiki based website with travel informations of destinations written by normal visitors. No Ido places are described in Ido per 2014-07-31. URL: http://wikitravel.org

      

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