[HacktionLab] flyering G20 CC and CC list
mike at mbharris.co.uk
Wed Mar 18 19:59:27 GMT 2009
I do think you're right about the flyers. A waste of paper really.
Perhaps if we can get on another flyer, just the web address and a one
liner would do, something to grab attention?
So Sunday 29th there are workshops?
The G20 CC thing seems like a good forum for this sort of thing. I
don't know anything about it, not been to any meetings, not been in
touch with anyone and not really had the time either. So really can't
do anything but come along on an odd day and show solidarity.
Do you have any ideas or proposals Ben? I'd be up for being involved in
doing a one-dayer, a workshop or two.
ben gringo wrote:
> Personally I think flyers are generally a waste and prefer trying
> more targeted approaches. Spamming the lists (cc newsletter, facebook)
> etc is fine but what about some face to face stuff. On the sunday before
> the actions there will be NVDA and other workshops/skill shares taking
> place which could be a good opportunity to do something practical and
> raise interest - perhaps some sessions on phone/computer security or
> uploading photos from phones/cameras etc. Likewise, if the camp in the
> city goes off ok, there will be workshops taking place there. There are
> also a number of squatted convergence and info spaces planned where
> posters could be put up.
> If we do go the paper route, perhaps we could try to combine it with
> something that some other groups are printing for the day?
> On 17 Mar 2009, at 18:07, Mike Harris wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> Firstly thanks to those of you who have already added Wiki content and
>> also signed up. :)
>> Was thinking we ought to have some flyers reading to flyer the G20 CC in
>> London on April 1st as well as send a spam out to the general climate
>> camp mailing list and facebook group.
>> Is anyone involved in the G20 or going to it? I'm hoping to travel down
>> on the day for a gander....
>> We have around 63 quid in the coffers, so there is a little bit for
>> doing some nicer flyers than the normal ones. Probably best not to
>> waste the wonga but just an idea....
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