[Linux-aus] Event Checklist for Linux Australia events
josh at nitrotech.org
Tue Apr 26 07:12:25 AEST 2016
This is a really great supplement to the subcommittee policy and a great
resource for anybody looking to organise an event with LA. Thank you
very much for your hard work on this Kathy & Council :-)
On 24/04/16 21:28, Kathy Reid wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> You're receiving this email as you're either on the Linux Australia
> general mailing list, or you're currently on an event subcommittee for
> a Linux Australia event.
> The Council often receives inquiries along the lines of 'what do I
> have to do to run a Linux Australia event?'. Well, we're super excited
> that you asked, because now we have a markdown list of what to expect.
> Yay lists! It's almost like an agenda :-)
> The Event Checklist doesn't replace our Subcommittee Policy , but
> does provide a handy list of things to consider to plan your event,
> your subcommittee and the administrative structure of running your
> event under the Linux Australia umbrella. Think of the policy as the
> 'what' and the Event Checklist as the 'how'.
> Furthermore, it assists Council (whose membership changes from year to
> year) in ensuring an understanding of any action items that need to be
> undertaken by the Linux Australia Council.
> As always, your feedback, suggestions and comments are warmly welcomed.
> A huge thanks to Tony Breeds, Joshua Hesketh and the current Council
> for their input and feedback on this Checklist - hugely appreciated.
> With kind regards,
> Kathy Reid
> linux-aus mailing list
> linux-aus at lists.linux.org.au
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