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* You can announce events going live on [[Slack]] #general or [[Discord]] #hackitorium (they are synced so you don't need to do both.)
 
* You can announce events going live on [[Slack]] #general or [[Discord]] #hackitorium (they are synced so you don't need to do both.)
  
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==Google.org's Community Space==
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Reach out to secretary@noisebridge.net or treasurer@noisebridge.net to ask if it's an event Noisebridge would be comfortable being associated with. If you get a confirmation from someone on those mailing lists, you can put in an [https://communityspace.withgoogle.com/request-event/|event request with Google.org].
  
 
==General Guidelines==
 
==General Guidelines==
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* First, take a look at the info on this page (above), where there's a bunch of good info.
 
* First, take a look at the info on this page (above), where there's a bunch of good info.
 
* Look on the [[Noisebridge|Noisebridge]] website, and near the top, check out the '''Events and Classes''' section (both ''Upcoming Events'' and ''Recurring Events''), and find a time where Noisebridge can accommodate the crowd you're expecting.
 
* Look on the [[Noisebridge|Noisebridge]] website, and near the top, check out the '''Events and Classes''' section (both ''Upcoming Events'' and ''Recurring Events''), and find a time where Noisebridge can accommodate the crowd you're expecting.
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* Send a message to our Discord, and let folks know that you want to give your event. and when, and ask if there's interest, and ask if there is any conflict of space/time.  (You'll need to subscribe: [[Discord]]))
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* Send an email to the '''Noisebridge-Discussion''' list, and let folks know that you want to give your event. and when, and ask if there's interest, and ask if there is any conflict of space/time.  (You'll need to subscribe: [[Mailinglist|Mailing List page]] -- but please know there are trolls there -- please do not feed the trolls.)
 
* If you get any positive feedback, then there that is indication enough that there people will show up (way more than give you feedback on the email list).
 
* If you get any positive feedback, then there that is indication enough that there people will show up (way more than give you feedback on the email list).
 
* Create a wiki page for your event on the Noisebridge website (which is entirely a wiki).
 
* Create a wiki page for your event on the Noisebridge website (which is entirely a wiki).
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* Add the event to the ''Upcoming Events'' section, including the link to your event wiki page.
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* Add the event to the ''Upcoming Events'' section, including the link to your event wiki page. Then post to the '''Noisebridge-Announce''' list (you'll need to subscribe -- [[Mailinglist|Maling List page]] -- and someone will approve your post -- this is the ''only'' thing at Noisebridge which is moderated). 
 
* Publicize the hell out of the event to let people know it's happening!
 
* Publicize the hell out of the event to let people know it's happening!
 
* One week before, post to both the Discussion and Announce lists.  And then you can post to both lists again the day before to remind people (and to catch last-minute stragglers).
 
* One week before, post to both the Discussion and Announce lists.  And then you can post to both lists again the day before to remind people (and to catch last-minute stragglers).

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