Changes between Version 5 and Version 6 of projects/membership-meeting/2015/invite


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Sep 28, 2015, 8:43:53 PM (5 years ago)
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    2525'''Online'''
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    27 Using jitsi-meet, our web-based video conference system:
     27Using jitsi-meet, our web-based video conference system: https://meet.mayfirst.org/membership
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    29 https://meet.mayfirst.org/membership
     29or
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     31Using icecast video/audio streaming broadcast and text chat for feedback.
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    3133Spanish/English interpretation provided to all who attend.
     
    8486All times are America/New_York. Mexico City is one hour earlier.
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    86  * 1:00 pm - 1:45 pm: Member orientation. This session will cover the basics of May First/People Link, starting with our mission and vision of the Internet, and including concrete tasks like how to use the Members Control panel, how to check your email and how to ask for support.
    87  * 2:00 pm - 2:45 pm: 5 steps to increase your privacy. Learn about tools to increase your privacy in your organizing work, including collaborative editing tools, sharing documents using ownCloud.
    88  * 3:00 pm - 3:45 pm: Undestanding the denial of service attack and how we defended ourselves. Over the summer, the we were hit with a massive denial of service attack targetting reproductive justice groups. Learn about what happened and how we defended ourselves and what we can do to build a stronger movement.
    89  * 4:00 pm - 4:45 pm: The US Social Forum, Media Action Grassroots Netork, Allied Media Conference and more: Learn about our work in the movement and bring ideas to shape 2015 and 2016.
     88|| ||||= New York =||||= Mexico City =||
     89||= Schedule =||= Activity =||= Description =||= Activity =||= Description =||
     90|| 1:00 pm - 1:45 pm || Member orientation || This session will cover the basics of May First/People Link, starting with our mission and vision of the Internet, and including concrete tasks like how to use the Members Control panel, how to check your email and how to ask for support || || ||
     91|| 2:00 pm - 2:45 pm || 5 steps to increase your privacy || Learn about tools to increase your privacy in your organizing work, including collaborative editing tools, sharing documents using ownCloud || || ||
     92|| 3:00 pm - 3:45 pm || Undestanding the denial of service attack and how we defended ourselves || Over the summer, the we were hit with a massive denial of service attack targetting reproductive justice groups. Learn about what happened and how we defended ourselves and what we can do to build a stronger movement || || ||
     93|| 4:00 pm - 4:45 pm || The US Social Forum, Media Action Grassroots Netork, Allied Media Conference and more || Learn about our work in the movement and bring ideas to shape 2015 and 2016 || || ||
    9094
    9195=== Saturday, November 7, 2015: Membership Meeting ===
     
    9397All times are America/New_York. Mexico City is one hour earlier.
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    95  * 10:00 - 10:30 am: Welcome and Key Note: One person in Mexico and one in the US will provide a key-note, live, via video conference and simultaneous interpretation. US speaker: Malkia Cyril.
    96  * 10:30 am - 12:-00 pm: Special presentation panel: The panels will be held separately in the US and Mexico. Panelists to be announced.
    97  * 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm: Lunch
    98  * 1:00 - 3:00 pm: Four Mesas, each on "key areas of struggle," to happen separately in the US and Mexico. In the US, these might be (with facilitators):
    99   * Human and People's Rights and Democracy - Catherine Albiza (NESRIA)
    100   * Relations with the Earth and Non-Human Life, Alternative Living and Climate Justice - TBA
    101   * Human Communications, Technology and Art - TBA
    102   * International Relationships and Movements - Jackie Smith (INOSA)
    103  These mesas must produce a very small number of concise "priorities" for the LC to work on.
    104  * 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm: SUmmary: New York and Mexico jointly, via video presentation: Presentation of the mesa proposals and approval by the Membership.
    105  * 4:00 - 5:00 pm Presentation of the published documents approved by current LC and to be voted upon in the coming week.
     99||            ||||= New York =||||= Mexico City =||
     100||= Schedule =||= Activity =||= Description =||= Activity =||= Description =||
     101|| 10:00 - 10:30 am || Welcome and Key Note. One person in the US || Provide a key-note, live, via video conference and simultaneous interpretation. US speaker: Malkia Cyril || and after that, one person in Mexico || Provide a key-note, live, via video conference and simultaneous interpretation. MX speaker: ________ ||
     102|| 10:30 am - 12:-00 pm  || Special presentation panel || Panelists to be announced || The panels will be held separately in the US and Mexico || ||
     103|| 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm |||||||| Lunch ||
     104|| 1:00 - 3:00 pm || Four Mesas , each on "key areas of struggle". These mesas must produce a very small number of concise "priorities" for the LC to work on. || In the US, these might be (with facilitators): * Human and People's Rights and Democracy - Catherine Albiza (NESRIA)[BR] * Relations with the Earth and Non-Human Life, Alternative Living and Climate Justice - TBA [BR] * Human Communications, Technology and Art - TBA [BR] * International Relationships and Movements - Jackie Smith (INOSA) || to happen separately in the US and Mexico || ||
     105|| 3:00 - 4:00 pm |||||||| Summary: New York and Mexico jointly, via video presentation: Presentation of the mesa proposals and approval by the Membership ||
     106|| 4:00 - 5:00 pm |||||||| Presentation of the published documents approved by current LC and to be voted upon in the coming week ||
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