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==How to Host an Event== '''Want to host your event at Noisebridge?''' We like seeing classes, workshops, and talks on interesting things! Most of all, we like seeing familiar faces. Please participate in the space and our [[Meetings|weekly Tuesday meetings]] to check in with folks in the space before announcing a new event. It's good (read this as highly RECOMMENDED!) to add in a link to a wiki page with more information about your event, and a way to contact the event organizer(s). Thanks! * '''Make a [[wiki]] page about your event proposal''' and propose it at [[meetings]] and communication channels like [[Discord]], [[Slack]], and [[Discuss]] to get feedback and find an [[Event Support]] person to help you get approval and plan. * '''Follow the [[ProceduralEventChecklist]]''' by making a copy of the page's contents on the planning page for your event and answering all the questions it asks. * '''Avoid schedule conflicts:''' check [https://www.meetup.com/noisebridge/ Noisebridge Meetup page] (https://www.meetup.com/noisebridge) * '''Enlist one or more [[:Category:Events Support|Events Support]] Noisebridgers''' willing to help event organizers succeed at avoiding scheduling conflicts or consulting other close or overlapping event organizers to reach an excellent accommodation and following the event checklist and being excellent in general. * '''Agree to limit volume decibels for sound:''' If your event involves music or amplified experimental noises, all performers and staff need to agree to monitor the decibels and keep them below 90 for the safety and sanity of people in the space. Exceeding the 90 db safety limit will jeopardize yours and others' ability to do future events. * '''Agree to clean up after yourself and take out trash:''' You need to commit to cleaning up whatever area you use and put things back the way you found them. Also you need to take out the trash that accumulates in the bins to the large bins outside. Not cleaning up will jeopardize yours and others' ability to... you get the idea. * '''Organizers should attend and announce at 2 meetings before the event.''' If they don't attend meetings, Noisebridge reserves the right to cancel the event. * '''Organizers plan at the first meeting and finalize by the second one.''' They should gather feedback and help in planning at the first meeting and turn in the completed checklist at the next general meeting at least one week prior to the event.
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