Difference between revisions of "Recurring Events"

From London Hackspace Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
(it begins...)
 
(needs update - are all these events currently running?)
 
(8 intermediate revisions by 5 users not shown)
Line 1: Line 1:
 
We have several regular events that occur in the space:
 
We have several regular events that occur in the space:
 
== Current Meetings ==
 
== Current Meetings ==
 +
{{#ask: [[Category:Recurring Groups]]
 +
| ?GroupName
 +
| ?When
 +
| ?Time
 +
| ?Extra
 +
| link=none
 +
| headers=plain
 +
| format=template
 +
| template=recurringlist
 +
}}
  
:* '''Alternate Mondays, 19:00''' - [http://london3d.org/ London 3D] (check website for next meeting)
+
== Using the space for regular meetings ==
:* '''(Proposed) Alternate Mondays, 19:00''' - Go meet up (when not London 3D)
+
The procedure is pretty much the same for [[Planning_an_event|planning an event]] so please read that guide as well!
:* '''Every Tuesday, 19:00''' - [[Weekly meetings|Weekly public meetings]]
+
Note that we currently have a pretty full program of regular events (not to mention one-offs), and we want to leave enough time for event-free periods.
:* '''Every Wednesday, 19:30''' - [[Project:Biohacking|Biohacking catch-up]]
 
:* '''Every Wednesday, 19:30''' - [[Mind Hackers]]
 
:* '''Every Thursday, 19:00''' - [[Music Hack Space|𝄞   Music Hack Space meetings 𝄢]]
 
:* '''3rd Thursday, 19:30''' - [[Project:OneClickOrgs|OneClickOrgs hack evening]]
 
:* '''1st Saturday, 13:00''' - [[Project:OneClickOrgs|OneClickOrgs hack day]]
 
:* '''2nd Saturday, 15:00''' - [[Project:Lockpicking|Lockpicking sports session]]
 
  
== Using the space for regular meetings ==
+
If you would like to hold regular meetings this is what you should do:
We currently have a pretty full program of regular events (not to mention one-offs) if you would like to hold regular meetings this is what you should do:
+
# Organise a few one-off events before you commit to a regular schedule, this will help establish the requirements for your event, and demonstrate its usefulness to the community.
# Contact the [[List]] with your proposal please include:
+
# Contact the [[List]] with a proposal for a regular event, please include:
* Who (members only, a pre-existing group, how many people, will there be children etc)
+
#* Who (members only, a pre-existing group, how many people, will there be children etc)
* What (quadcopters? chicken combusters anonymous? will you need special equipment?)
+
#* What (quadcopters? chicken combusters anonymous? will you need special equipment?)
* When (time, day, and how often)
+
#* When (time, day, and how often)
* Any other details
+
#* Any other details
# The list will then decide if we think it's suitable and whether anything should be adjusted
+
# The list will then provide advice on whether we think it's suitable and whether anything should be adjusted. Once a consensus is reached you can put your even in our calendar.
 
# Run it!
 
# Run it!
 +
 +
[[Category:Events]]
 +
[[Category:Update Needed]]

Latest revision as of 20:01, 21 October 2021

We have several regular events that occur in the space:

Current Meetings

Using the space for regular meetings

The procedure is pretty much the same for planning an event so please read that guide as well! Note that we currently have a pretty full program of regular events (not to mention one-offs), and we want to leave enough time for event-free periods.

If you would like to hold regular meetings this is what you should do:

  1. Organise a few one-off events before you commit to a regular schedule, this will help establish the requirements for your event, and demonstrate its usefulness to the community.
  2. Contact the List with a proposal for a regular event, please include:
    • Who (members only, a pre-existing group, how many people, will there be children etc)
    • What (quadcopters? chicken combusters anonymous? will you need special equipment?)
    • When (time, day, and how often)
    • Any other details
  3. The list will then provide advice on whether we think it's suitable and whether anything should be adjusted. Once a consensus is reached you can put your even in our calendar.
  4. Run it!