Festival Program Overview

1. Workshop on Inequalities in the age of AI, what they are, how they work and what we can do about them.

2019-11-18T23:00:00Z2019-11-18T23:00:00Z

  • Organiser: Edgeryders (@Nadia), in partnership with Digityser (@rmdes)

  • Locations: Brussels, multiple venues

  • Facilitated by: Justin Nogarede: Digital Policy Adviser , Foundation for European Progressive Studies (FEPS)

  • Confirmed featured participants: Fabrizio Barca - Former General Director at the Italian Ministry of Economy and Finance I Regional economic development, Justice, Corporate finance, Italian economic history // Kate Sim - Phd researcher at Oxford Internet Institute: employs employs ethnographically-informed methods to uncover how gendered assumptions and values are encoded in emerging data/AI-driven systems.// Marco Manca - Co-Founder and Chairman of the Board of Directors at SCimPulse Foundation. Member of Nato Working group on Meaningful Human Control over AI-based systems

  • Next steps: Reach out to people one by one from twitter/FB, invite them to participate physically or remotely, welcome and guide them through the sign up and post process, prepare communication materials, get the word out via the RSA and our partner organisations including the venue.

  • ORGANISER CHECKLIST : Please ensure each of these things are done, the person mentioned is responsible but you as an organiser are responsible to contact them and make sure they have what they need from you!

  1. Update/Create individual event descriptions with: Catchy Name for the event, URL for signup form, Description of format & process, FAQs, Logistics info (address, time, date, team info) - follow this template; (responsible: organiser with help from @MariaEuler )

  2. Give Maria photos + statements/quotes she can use to customise design from the template: @mariaeuler

  3. Organise 2 calls to develop the session topic with the confirmed speakers; conduct one on one interviews & skeleton posts with each participant:

    • Call#1: Individual interviews with confirmed participants & produce skeleton posts (@inge @anon82932460 with support from @johncoate and @MariaEuler to help people post their content)
    • Call#2: Group call with all confirmed participants (Organiser + @MariaEuler )
  4. Keep track of the festival signup form and welcome/onboard each person (@johncoate)

  5. Formalise practical arrangements for speakers participation: Travel, fees, onboard them on the process, organise schedule, collect bio info + photo + recommended reading materials for other participants etc (individual organiser with support from @MariaEuler )

  6. Make a twitter list of Europe-based people who are interested in the topics to be covered in this session then reach out to them & more people to propose people or put themselves forward for the list - ( @anon82932460 - reaches out to each session organiser and asks who they want to engage, then organises outreach/comms campaign around that).

  7. Prepare press/communication kit & send to local event calendar websites, journalists etc (@anon82932460

  8. Push out comms campaign for event via social media for event (@anon82932460)

2. [Warsaw meeting]

2019-11-29T23:00:00Z2019-11-29T23:00:00Z

3. Teaching teachers Open Source

2019-11-27T23:00:00Z2019-11-27T23:00:00Z

  • Organiser: @erik_lonroth

  • Location: Stockholm (House Blivande, Sodrahamnvagen 9)

  • Status: Programm is developed and outreach to other experts and potential participants ongoing

  • Budget needs: Just for lunch and coffee snack for 20 participants (ca. 200 Euro)

  • Next steps : Push out invitations. Reach out to decision-makers in schools and academia.

  • ORGANISER CHECKLIST : Please ensure each of these things are done, the person mentioned is responsible but you as an organiser are responsible to contact them and make sure they have what they need from you!

  1. Update/Create individual event descriptions with: Catchy Name for the event, URL for signup form, Description of format & process, FAQs, Logistics info (address, time, date, team info) - follow this template; (responsible: organiser with help from @MariaEuler )

  2. Give Maria photos + statements/quotes she can use to customise design from the template: @mariaeuler

  3. Organise 2 calls to develop the session topic with the confirmed speakers; conduct one on one interviews & skeleton posts with each participant:

    • Call#1: Individual interviews with confirmed participants & produce skeleton posts (@inge @anon82932460 with support from @johncoate and @MariaEuler to help people post their content)
    • Call#2: Group call with all confirmed participants (Organiser + @MariaEuler )
  4. Keep track of the festival signup form and welcome/onboard each person (@johncoate)

  5. Formalise practical arrangements for speakers participation: Travel, fees, onboard them on the process, organise schedule, collect bio info + photo + recommended reading materials for other participants etc (individual organiser with support from @MariaEuler )

  6. Make a twitter list of Europe-based people who are interested in the topics to be covered in this session then reach out to them & more people to propose people or put themselves forward for the list - ( @anon82932460 - reaches out to each session organiser and asks who they want to engage, then organises outreach/comms campaign around that).

  7. Prepare press/communication kit & send to local event calendar websites, journalists etc (@anon82932460

  8. Push out comms campaign for event via social media for event (@anon82932460)

4. [ [EdgeRyders Hackathon for ethical solutions to unethical technology problems. ]

2019-11-21T23:00:00Z2019-11-23T23:00:00Z

  • Organiser: @BlackForestBoi
  • Location: Berlin
  • Status: Programm is developed and outreach to other experts and potential participants ongoing
  • Budget needs:
    • min: 1800 (1400 facilitators + 200 travel + 200 snacks and drink)
    • max: 2000 (+500 for location)
  • Next steps:
    • Finalising planning of facilitation
    • Finding location
    • Outreach to teams
      • Writing copy for banners

ORGANISER CHECKLIST : Please ensure each of these things are done, the person mentioned is responsible but you as an organiser are responsible to contact them and make sure they have what they need from you!

  1. Update/Create individual event descriptions with: Catchy Name for the event, URL for signup form, Description of format & process, FAQs, Logistics info (address, time, date, team info) - follow this template; (responsible: organiser with help from @MariaEuler )

  2. Give Maria photos + statements/quotes she can use to customise design from the template: @mariaeuler

  3. Organise 2 calls to develop the session topic with the confirmed speakers; conduct one on one interviews & skeleton posts with each participant:

    • Call#1: Individual interviews with confirmed participants & produce skeleton posts (@inge @anon82932460 with support from @johncoate and @MariaEuler to help people post their content)
    • Call#2: Group call with all confirmed participants (Organiser + @MariaEuler )
  4. Keep track of the festival signup form and welcome/onboard each person (@johncoate)

  5. Formalise practical arrangements for speakers participation: Travel, fees, onboard them on the process, organise schedule, collect bio info + photo + recommended reading materials for other participants etc (individual organiser with support from @MariaEuler )

  6. Make a twitter list of Europe-based people who are interested in the topics to be covered in this session then reach out to them & more people to propose people or put themselves forward for the list - ( @anon82932460 - reaches out to each session organiser and asks who they want to engage, then organises outreach/comms campaign around that).

  7. Prepare press/communication kit & send to local event calendar websites, journalists etc (@anon82932460

  8. Push out comms campaign for event via social media for event (@anon82932460)

5. [ Workshop on Service Design in a Climate Emergency ]

2019-11-27T23:00:00Z2019-11-27T23:00:00Z

  • Organiser: @mrchrisadams , and Kathryn Hing
  • Location: Berlin
  • Status:
  • Budget needs: Yes
  • Next steps :
    Confirm Venue

Summary :
A survey of the existing activities, frameworks and tools available to designers, to help understand which questions they’re suited to answering, which ones they aren’t, and where there are gaps in the toolbox available to them.
Plan:
Organise preliminary events exploring service design with practitioners in London and Glasgow in the run up to the event in Berlin.
Share preliminary notes on the platform, and work out the prompts, and workshop activities we might use.
After the festival work with contributors to capture the insights from the day, or create CC-license artefacts/design assets to use afterwards.

  • ORGANISER CHECKLIST : Please ensure each of these things are done, the person mentioned is responsible but you as an organiser are responsible to contact them and make sure they have what they need from you!
  1. Update/Create individual event descriptions with: Catchy Name for the event, URL for signup form, Description of format & process, FAQs, Logistics info (address, time, date, team info) - follow this template; (responsible: organiser with help from @MariaEuler )

  2. Give Maria photos + statements/quotes she can use to customise design from the template: @mariaeuler

  3. Organise 2 calls to develop the session topic with the confirmed speakers; conduct one on one interviews & skeleton posts with each participant:

    • Call#1: Individual interviews with confirmed participants & produce skeleton posts (@inge @anon82932460 with support from @johncoate and @MariaEuler to help people post their content)
    • Call#2: Group call with all confirmed participants (Organiser + @MariaEuler )
  4. Keep track of the festival signup form and welcome/onboard each person (@johncoate)

  5. Formalise practical arrangements for speakers participation: Travel, fees, onboard them on the process, organise schedule, collect bio info + photo + recommended reading materials for other participants etc (individual organiser with support from @MariaEuler )

  6. Make a twitter list of Europe-based people who are interested in the topics to be covered in this session then reach out to them & more people to propose people or put themselves forward for the list - ( @anon82932460 - reaches out to each session organiser and asks who they want to engage, then organises outreach/comms campaign around that).

  7. Prepare press/communication kit & send to local event calendar websites, journalists etc (@anon82932460

  8. Push out comms campaign for event via social media for event (@anon82932460)

6. [ Anticipate ! Exploring Collective Intelligence Design ]

2019-11-18T23:00:00Z2019-11-28T23:00:00Z

  • Organiser: @soenke
  • Location: Saarbruecken
  • **Status: program is developed, local organizing team in place, 2 out of 3 venues confirmed, co-facilitators invited.
  • Budget needs: 2000 to cover costs for three ws co-facilitators, 500 to cofinance travel. We will cover all other costs. (not yet confirmed)
  • Next steps : Finalize venue planning, co-ordinate local outreach with edgeryders, finalize budget planning
    Summary : A welcoming, low-threshold, non-nerd workshop series around specific areas of collective intelligence design - data sovereignty, community architectures, and cooperative data governance - to bring people concerned about tech into site-specific co-creation processes to address concrete needs for collaborative solutions. Co-hosted by xm:lab - Experimental Media Lab and K8 of the Academy of Fine Arts Saar. The workshop series is part of an ongoing exploration of collective intelligence design as a way of giving speculation authority to act in the present.

  • ORGANISER CHECKLIST : Please ensure each of these things are done, the person mentioned is responsible but you as an organiser are responsible to contact them and make sure they have what they need from you!
  1. Update/Create individual event descriptions with: Catchy Name for the event, URL for signup form, Description of format & process, FAQs, Logistics info (address, time, date, team info) - follow this template; (responsible: organiser with help from @MariaEuler )

  2. Give Maria photos + statements/quotes she can use to customise design from the template: @mariaeuler

  3. Organise 2 calls to develop the session topic with the confirmed speakers; conduct one on one interviews & skeleton posts with each participant:

    • Call#1: Individual interviews with confirmed participants & produce skeleton posts (@inge @anon82932460 with support from @johncoate and @MariaEuler to help people post their content)
    • Call#2: Group call with all confirmed participants (Organiser + @MariaEuler )
  4. Keep track of the festival signup form and welcome/onboard each person (@johncoate)

  5. Formalise practical arrangements for speakers participation: Travel, fees, onboard them on the process, organise schedule, collect bio info + photo + recommended reading materials for other participants etc (individual organiser with support from @MariaEuler )

  6. Make a twitter list of Europe-based people who are interested in the topics to be covered in this session then reach out to them & more people to propose people or put themselves forward for the list - ( @anon82932460 - reaches out to each session organiser and asks who they want to engage, then organises outreach/comms campaign around that).

  7. Prepare press/communication kit & send to local event calendar websites, journalists etc (@anon82932460

  8. Push out comms campaign for event via social media for event (@anon82932460)

Workshop I Data Sovereignty
2019-11-18T23:00:00Z2019-11-18T23:00:00Z
Theme: Basic introduction to the ways in which our daily activities generate data flows and the ways in which these may be harnessed to support autonomy and self-determination. We will look specifically at health- and workplace-related data, as this data is arguably the most personal, sensitive, and vulnerable to misuse. At the same time, it is precisely because of this that it offers a way to engage with data sovereignty concerns.
Context: Developing a holistic approach to data literacy begins with awareness of the many overlapping data-generating contexts we pass through as we live and labor. As far as the bigger picture is concerned, this is it a key step toward co-designing that which affects how we act - collective intelligence design enables deep engagement with the socio-technological infrastructures structuring and sustaining our agency. Workshop in cooperation with Open Saar e.V.

Workshop II Community Architectures
2019-11-27T23:00:00Z2019-11-27T23:00:00Z

Theme: How do we bring sustainable architecture / upcycling / renewable energy communities into the design process of a workspace for a new commons-oriented cooperative?
Context: Members of the Academy of Fine Arts Saar have initiated the foundation of a cooperative (s:coop) to actively contribute to a new economy. Locally, this has involved exchanges with various actors from freelancing, innovation, and start-up communities. Now the time has come to develop and design a physical space that can operate as a community architecture. And one way to get started is to look what others have already done.

Workshop III Data Governance and Decentralized Technologies
2019-11-28T23:00:00Z2019-11-28T23:00:00Z
Theme: New ideas related to data governance have come from communities engaging with blockchain technologies. We will take a look at some of these ideas and bring them together with approaches from the cooperative universe. Workshop III offers in-depth follow-up to Workshop I.
Context: Decentralized technologies have become key areas of collective intelligence design experimentation. While some of these efforts have been criticized for reproducing the not-so-open geek cultures of tech research (“blokechain”), these technologies are too important to leave them to the usual techno-libertarian suspects. So we need to find ways to bring more people into a key systems design process.

  • ORGANISER CHECKLIST : Please ensure each of these things are done, the person mentioned is responsible but you as an organiser are responsible to contact them and make sure they have what they need from you!
  1. Update/Create individual event descriptions with: Catchy Name for the event, URL for signup form, Description of format & process, FAQs, Logistics info (address, time, date, team info) - follow this template; (responsible: organiser with help from @MariaEuler )

  2. Give Maria photos + statements/quotes she can use to customise design from the template: @mariaeuler

  3. Organise 2 calls to develop the session topic with the confirmed speakers; conduct one on one interviews & skeleton posts with each participant:

    • Call#1: Individual interviews with confirmed participants & produce skeleton posts (@inge @anon82932460 with support from @johncoate and @MariaEuler to help people post their content)
    • Call#2: Group call with all confirmed participants (Organiser + @MariaEuler )
  4. Keep track of the festival signup form and welcome/onboard each person (@johncoate)

  5. Formalise practical arrangements for speakers participation: Travel, fees, onboard them on the process, organise schedule, collect bio info + photo + recommended reading materials for other participants etc (individual organiser with support from @MariaEuler )

  6. Make a twitter list of Europe-based people who are interested in the topics to be covered in this session then reach out to them & more people to propose people or put themselves forward for the list - ( @anon82932460 - reaches out to each session organiser and asks who they want to engage, then organises outreach/comms campaign around that).

  7. Prepare press/communication kit & send to local event calendar websites, journalists etc (@anon82932460

  8. Push out comms campaign for event via social media for event (@anon82932460)

7. [ [ What does tech look like on a finite, post-climate change earth? ]

2019-11-22T23:00:00Z → Invalid date

  • Organiser: @zelf
  • Location: Malmo
  • Status:
  • Budget needs: Travelcosts: (preliminary confirmed: 350 Euro) + Food
  • Next steps :
    Summary :
    What does tech look like on a finite, post-climate change earth?

Plan:
The event will be divided into two parts:

  1. A smaller “crew” get together the day before with the participants in the network who are especially invited.

  2. A larger event with multiple tables for hosting conversations. At least four sessions at a time structured as a world cafe with an approximation of 2-3 rounds of conversations ending with a wrap up and a 1-2-4-all.

There will be an opportunity to host conversations until all the slots are filled up.

Before the event there will be a sign up to host conversations. Each sign up will be presented the same way a regular presenter is usually presented at a conference with a short text / video description of them in preparation.

The intention is to create a network of people who are interested in transforming the world and to have conversations about this, in line with the topics at hand.

The event will take place at Lodgatan in Östra Hamnen in Malmö, Sweden with room for up to 200 guests but we are aiming for far less. This event is seen as an iteration with potential for hosting more events in the future.

  • ORGANISER CHECKLIST : Please ensure each of these things are done, the person mentioned is responsible but you as an organiser are responsible to contact them and make sure they have what they need from you!
  1. Update/Create individual event descriptions with: Catchy Name for the event, URL for signup form, Description of format & process, FAQs, Logistics info (address, time, date, team info) - follow this template; (responsible: organiser with help from @MariaEuler )

  2. Give Maria photos + statements/quotes she can use to customise design from the template: @mariaeuler

  3. Organise 2 calls to develop the session topic with the confirmed speakers; conduct one on one interviews & skeleton posts with each participant:

    • Call#1: Individual interviews with confirmed participants & produce skeleton posts (@inge @anon82932460 with support from @johncoate and @MariaEuler to help people post their content)
    • Call#2: Group call with all confirmed participants (Organiser + @MariaEuler )
  4. Keep track of the festival signup form and welcome/onboard each person (@johncoate)

  5. Formalise practical arrangements for speakers participation: Travel, fees, onboard them on the process, organise schedule, collect bio info + photo + recommended reading materials for other participants etc (individual organiser with support from @MariaEuler )

  6. Make a twitter list of Europe-based people who are interested in the topics to be covered in this session then reach out to them & more people to propose people or put themselves forward for the list - ( @anon82932460 - reaches out to each session organiser and asks who they want to engage, then organises outreach/comms campaign around that).

  7. Prepare press/communication kit & send to local event calendar websites, journalists etc (@anon82932460

  8. Push out comms campaign for event via social media for event (@anon82932460)

8. [ Decolonizing Moderation ]

2019-11-19T23:00:00Z → Invalid date

  • Organiser: @JollyOrc
  • Location: Berlin
  • Status:
  • Budget needs:
  • Next steps :
    Summary :
    We want to find out how to decolonize moderation: How can communities set moderation standards that are not locked in the heteronormative western standards of the commercial internet?

Plan:
A set of guidelines that communities can use to set up their own moderation rules. Also a set of guidelines that can be given to commercial moderation providers, to be more sensitive to a broader culture.

We plan to present the problem, give examples and then collect a loose set of requirements from the participants.

with those, we break the audience down into a few smaller groups, each to work on how a subset of these requirements could reflect on moderation policies.

We will then gather the results and try to work them into a coherent whole with the whole group.


ORGANISER CHECKLIST : Please ensure each of these things are done, the person mentioned is responsible but you as an organiser are responsible to contact them and make sure they have what they need from you!

  1. Update/Create individual event descriptions with: Catchy Name for the event, URL for signup form, Description of format & process, FAQs, Logistics info (address, time, date, team info) - follow this template; (responsible: organiser with help from @MariaEuler )

  2. Give Maria photos + statements/quotes she can use to customise design from the template: @mariaeuler

  3. Organise 2 calls to develop the session topic with the confirmed speakers; conduct one on one interviews & skeleton posts with each participant:

    • Call#1: Individual interviews with confirmed participants & produce skeleton posts (@inge @anon82932460 with support from @johncoate and @MariaEuler to help people post their content)
    • Call#2: Group call with all confirmed participants (Organiser + @MariaEuler )
  4. Keep track of the festival signup form and welcome/onboard each person (@johncoate)

  5. Formalise practical arrangements for speakers participation: Travel, fees, onboard them on the process, organise schedule, collect bio info + photo + recommended reading materials for other participants etc (individual organiser with support from @MariaEuler )

  6. Make a twitter list of Europe-based people who are interested in the topics to be covered in this session then reach out to them & more people to propose people or put themselves forward for the list - ( @anon82932460 - reaches out to each session organiser and asks who they want to engage, then organises outreach/comms campaign around that).

  7. Prepare press/communication kit & send to local event calendar websites, journalists etc (@anon82932460

  8. Push out comms campaign for event via social media for event (@anon82932460)

9. [ Scifi Economics Lab ]

2019-11-10T23:00:00Z → Invalid date


ORGANISER CHECKLIST : Please ensure each of these things are done, the person mentioned is responsible but you as an organiser are responsible to contact them and make sure they have what they need from you!

  1. Update/Create individual event descriptions with: Catchy Name for the event, URL for signup form, Description of format & process, FAQs, Logistics info (address, time, date, team info) - follow this template; (responsible: organiser with help from @MariaEuler )

  2. Give Maria photos + statements/quotes she can use to customise design from the template: @mariaeuler

  3. Organise 2 calls to develop the session topic with the confirmed speakers; conduct one on one interviews & skeleton posts with each participant:

    • Call#1: Individual interviews with confirmed participants & produce skeleton posts (@inge @anon82932460 with support from @johncoate and @MariaEuler to help people post their content)
    • Call#2: Group call with all confirmed participants (Organiser + @MariaEuler )
  4. Keep track of the festival signup form and welcome/onboard each person (@johncoate)

  5. Formalise practical arrangements for speakers participation: Travel, fees, onboard them on the process, organise schedule, collect bio info + photo + recommended reading materials for other participants etc (individual organiser with support from @MariaEuler )

  6. Make a twitter list of Europe-based people who are interested in the topics to be covered in this session then reach out to them & more people to propose people or put themselves forward for the list - ( @anon82932460 - reaches out to each session organiser and asks who they want to engage, then organises outreach/comms campaign around that).

  7. Prepare press/communication kit & send to local event calendar websites, journalists etc (@anon82932460

  8. Push out comms campaign for event via social media for event (@anon82932460)

10. Edgeryders in Prague

November 23, 2019 → November 23, 2019

11. Edgeryders in Brno

November 8, 2019 18.00 → November 10, 2019 13:00

Location: Brno, Káznice, Bratislavská 249/68, 602 00 Brno-střed-Zábrdovice
Organisers: @zalesjan
Facilitated by: @zalesjan, discussion moderator
Content discussions** (in English):

** Status:** Gathering speakers, figuring out details on how to make people share their stories

In the Czech Republic, it is getting harder and harder to find affordable housing. Living in safe, fair and decent housing is one of the fundamental human rights! Sadly, different groups of people are facing different kinds of problems and obstacles in the housing market.

Hackathon about affordable housing is an intensive and focused team activity where people with different capabilities and knowledge cooperate to solve problems or create projects regarding affordable housing in the Czech Republic.

Anyone can participate in the hackathon. We are looking for people with different life experience, who are interested in housing-related issues. The participants will divide in groups of 2 to 5 people and from Saturday morning to Sunday noon will be intensively working on real projects and products that aim to help ordinary people with their housing situation.

More: https://edgeryders.eu/t/brno-cze-hackathon-on-affordable-housing-panel-discussion/11185

  1. Workshop in Belgrade

November 23, 2019 → November 23, 2019

  • Organizer: @Tamaravuk @jasen_lakic @noemi
  • Location: Belgrade
  • Status: Program is developed and outreach to other experts and potential participants ongoing
  • Budget needs:
    • cca 1000 (venue and some nice food)
  • Next steps:
    • Finalizing planning of facilitation
    • Finding location
    • Outreach to potential participants

Confirmed featured participants:

-Dusan Cavic and Dusan Saponja -journalists who are very familiar with the main topics and who investigate lives of the people who live on the edge or those who are making actions towards changing our environment.

  • Next steps : Finalize venue planning, co-ordinate local outreach with EdgeRyders, finalize budget planning
    Summary :
    Very welcoming workshop which is also a first EdgeRyders event in Serbia. Main topics: How important is human interaction and collaboration

Plan:
The event will be divided into two parts:

  1. Storytelling- speakers will introduce their stories. We are planning to have 3-4 storytellers.This part lasts for about 2h. After introduction we all have lunch and spend time together.
  2. Open discussion about human interaction and collaboration. Hopefully others would also like to talk about their stories and things they find important.

Since the main topics are about human interaction and collaboration that’s exactly what we are focusing upon the whole event. The goal here is for the people to get to know each other and to make some good contacts. For those who like to do things on their own and not to wait for the institutions to do that for them. Introduce the EdgeRyders community to them to consider that platform as a valid place where they can contact with those of same thinking, to ease that connecting.

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Hello @nadia my username is bogus in the post above Teaching teachers open source.

I could update the event soon with more details.

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fixed it, thanks for the heads up!

Hi @BlackForestBoi , is it ok for me to repost your description from the notion pad onto a separate wiki in here?

No worries, anything I share here in any form can be reused wherever it makes sense. :slight_smile:

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Started updating this collection with answers from the typeform survey. Please check and add when necessary @soenke, @mrchrisadams, @BlackForestBoi, @noemi, @JollyOrc, @erik_lonroth, @zelf, @nadia

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hi @MariaEuleris is it okay to make this a wiki post?

I’d like to add some more detail for this, but I can’t see how.

Here’s the notes I shared previously - I’ll update the wiki once I have rights.

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done…

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looks like the totally right direction :slight_smile:

Updated our cost needs. :point_up_2:t4:

:slight_smile:

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To every organiser who hasn’t recently updated their budget, please do to here in the overview, but especially in this sheet here (i put in what I already have from you guys, but many still miss):

we need to get a better picture of your needs and start calculating!
@zelf, @BlackForestBoi, @nadia, @natalia_skoczylas, @soenke, @erik_lonroth, @JollyOrc, @mrchrisadams

please scroll down a little bit in the sheet to fill in the detailed view, the one on the top is linked and should update automatically :slight_smile:

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Also: regarding the copy and images to send to me to get your visuals, here are the examples from the AI workshop so you can choose and image and copy accordingly :slight_smile: :slight_smile:

Edgeryders-Fest-FB-1200x628-AI-other%20colour-01

would be great to have a “talk/hacking/discussing” in action image of you or something that represents your topic :slight_smile:

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Remeber to always include this information on our materials: events, posts, etc

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 822682

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More info here: https://edgeryders.eu/t/important-notice-for-communication-acknowledgement-of-eu-funding-and-project-logos/11145

Saturday 23 November: Workshop in Belgrade

A workshop about Collaboration, Human Interaction and why they matter.

Since in Serbia we have no community this workshop will be our presentation and introduction.
We have been actively working from scratch for the past 8 or 9 days. Really optimistic about everything tho we have to be patient. These first days were all about making content and translating stuff on Serbian.
Workshop is designed to have about 30 participants and 3-4 speakers who would share their stories and talk about main topics, which would later on lead to discussion. We really want interesting speakers. For this short time we have provided one speaker. Waiting for responses for the rest we had requested.
Now we are all about promoting the event.
Also we can maybe start thinking about the venue and practicalities of the event.
+Generate people on the platform
-Suggest to people to share their story on Edgeryders

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can you link the main post?

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