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Cete
This is Cete. A place for organising and discovering local meetups. Created by
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Cete Jun 12
Check out our brand new page πŸŽ‰
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Cete May 30
Public speaking? You need a Nodder. Someone who sits in the front row, paying attention and nodding along with everything you say. It makes the experience so much less stressful!
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Cete May 28
Replying to @ceteio
Once established, your Code of Conduct gives you peace of mind knowing there are clear boundaries around acceptable behaviour and that your members are safe (physically & psychologically) while in your community.
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Cete May 28
Replying to @ceteio
With a good Code of Conduct in place, you must then clearly communicate it to your members. Every event post & email should link to the Code. At the start of every event; remind folks about the Code.
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Cete May 28
Replying to @ceteio
Creating a Code of Conduct can be difficult, but thankfully there are some great resources out there to help you get started: - Contributor Covenant for OSS projects: - Citizen Code of Conduct template:
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Cete May 28
Replying to @ceteio
A Code of Conduct outlines 3 things: 1. What is not acceptable 2. Examples of what is acceptable 3. How unacceptable behaviours are dealt with The code should be created with your community in mind and may differ from group to group, but must include those 3 things.
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Cete May 28
Physical and psychological safety of all community members is paramount for all events. Not only should your attendees feel they wont be harmed (physical safety), the should also feel comfortable being themselves (psychological safety). Safety starts with a Code of Conduct...
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Cete May 27
Replying to @ceteio
Don't let your members forget about you. Had to skip a month of meeting due to COVID-19? Send out an email with interesting articles instead. Only get together once a quarter? Do monthly recorded Q&A sessions or vox pops.
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Cete May 27
Replying to @ceteio
Social media is a powerful tool. Once you've got an obvious and succinct name, people can find you. But only if you put yourself out there. The tech community is on Twitter. The photography community is on Instagram. Find the right social channel and start sharing.
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Cete May 27
Replying to @reactsydney
Start simple; what's your community name? Make it obvious what you're about; why would someone join you? ⚠️ Bad Bamboo Branches; early childhood group Keyboard Users; Web development group βœ… Good New Mums; early childhood group ; Sydney based group for React
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Cete May 27
Marketing isn't just for big brands. Being able to effectively communicate the value and purpose of your community can attract new members while simultaneously aligning existing members. Some tips (thread πŸ‘‡)
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Cete May 26
Replying to @ceteio
Here's the corrected video:
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Cete May 26
πŸ‘€ Today I gave a sneak peek at getting started on Cete: βœ… Find speakers & invite with 1 click βœ… Quickly setup new group+event βœ… Drag+Drop talk scheduling βœ… Publish schedule directly to event What do you think?
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Cete May 25
Replying to @ceteio
I made a mistake in this video; I used the wrong pronoun when referring to Ben. Out of respect I have decided to take the video down and replace it with a version that removes the incorrect pronoun usage.
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Jess Telford May 25
Replying to @LJKenward @ceteio
OTOH; with this forced trial run of remote events, I think it's opening the eyes of sponsors to the benefits of getting involved outside their geographic location. That means more potential sponsors for your events. Next we just need a tool to help connect you. Enter
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Jess Telford May 25
Replying to @LJKenward
I'm confident local sponsorships will continue. I'm bullish on remote work & remote events, but the organisers I've been speaking to have all shared your sentiment that local communities will bounce back. Probably stronger than before! When they do, sponsors will be there too.
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Cete May 24
Consistency is key when running a community. Show up every day/week/month/year (whatever the cadence of your community is) without fail. If you can't be there, let your members know. Keep forgetting? Find a tool which can remind you. Your members build off of your energy πŸ’ͺ
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Cete May 22
Want to organise a meetup? 1. Pick a topic. Something you know well. 2. Set a date. Don't worry about RSVPs, talks or sponsors yet. 3. Tell people! Friends, Twitter, your D&D group. Goal is to get ONE person to show up. 4. Meet & talk. Congrats! You're now an organiser πŸŽ‰
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Jess Telford May 21
Early access is going to close soon! If you're not already on the list, get there now. I've been working hard to bring you something exciting πŸŽ‰
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Cete May 21
There is no "Minimum Size" for a community You + a friend talking about something you love? That's a community 5 people at dinner every few months? That's a community 75 folks/mth @ meetups. Yep; Community 1,500 ppl/yr. Community A shared interest is all you need 🧠
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