CC Meeting 28 March 2016


MONDAY, MARCH 28, 2016


STACK: Henry

SCRIBE: Chim-Chim

ATTENDEES: Notfunnyatall, Hawk, Pixie, Izzi, Problem, Thomas, Beth, Adam, Clover, Breezy, Chim-Chim, Prost, Turtlebunnie, Princess, St. Tiki, Clovis, Wrinn, Decibel, Monkey, Bonobo

TOPICS: Review CC nominations messages (All); Increasing Community Engagement (Beth)


MOTION: To have Q&A mixer on May 9th where we let community members field questions to the CC; MOTION PASSES

MOTION: Calendar meetings into mixers; MOTION TABLED

8:04pm AAR/LLC UPDATE (Adam/Problem)

  • Work weekend happened this past weekend; Good turnout; Many ppl who have never been to FS or work weekend; Bobcat was out there; Land is in pretty good shape; Main field was plowed six times to be leveled out; Mostly all dirt now; Most down trees have been dealt with; Island beach is too high; Killed poison ivy; Patching spots on road
  • Signing contract to have Flipside
  • Tix: Some secondary tix will be available
  • Safetyside is April 15-17th
  • Discussion over whether Burning Flipside will eventually be called a Burning Man regional; Reasonable, equitable agreement?
  •  Ticket sales/requests: Tix set aside—under 3000; 200 less requests than last year; 100 less; General participant interest is down a little; Previous was soft lottery; General number: Requests for 2901 tickets; Request number was lower; what is trend for one vs two requests; comprehensive report still being worked on


  • Meeting next week
  • Had two TH road shows
  • Few theme camps showed up for safety thirdside

8:25pm REGIONAL UPDATE (Clovis/St. Tiki)

  • GLC Thursday through Sunday this week
  • BM meetup at Beau’s Sekrit Theater
  • BM going through a lot of changes
  • Negotiating regional agreement
  • Houston had their regional event; 185 attended; Not a Burn, but a production company + core ppl; LLC does not have enough info to produce report
  • Giant ear gathering in SF—Discussion over how to handle natural disaster event; Did not have hard time getting ppl for lead positions; Rains were more causative; Hard data will be more available near Safetyside; Expect smaller event
  • No real systemic issues this year; Volunteer recruitment is still going; Same with Lead recruitment;
  • Last year’s Flipside was already hard with 3 key volunteers dropping out before the event; Not many ppl were personally affected by flood; Lots affected by general rain/mud
  • Do good job in recognizing volunteer life cycle; Many have disengaged for many years and at some point, come back in; We do a good job at succession planning, lieutenants, sharing, etc.; Weather—No control, and a learning experience; Update on Regionals—San Antonio regional in the works

8:48pm TOPIC: Increasing Community Engagement (Beth)

  • Encouraging community engagement; Community not engaging with CC; How we can ask community? Brainstorming session of what do we change, how do we change, what are we missing?
  • How to reach out to ppl and get them to talk about what they wanna talk about?
  • In terms of basic outreach, there are bits of info; What is it you’re trying to do? Valve for politics, but decisions are made in person, and focus is on interpersonal relationships in person; If you aren’t engaged enough, then get engaged
  • Throw mud at the wall and see what sticks; Everyone working on trying new social media; Part of job is being a safety valve for the community;
  • Can look at interest of community as a funnel where only certain ppl are interested; Getting a good proportion; If it were easy, we would market as product; Ethics on communication; Most efficient use of communication?
  • Why does CC exist, and what is it for? Came to existence through addressing issues; Both regionally and socially, those groups have changed and expanded; Want to reach out and at least let them know where to go
  • There is no welcoming committee here; If you work hard with ppl, you’ll find connections
  • CC communications; Meeting annnouncements put out in more than one medium; CC is supposed to represent a broad cross-section of the community; CC is a bunch of individuals; If you feel the way CC is lacking in its communications, start by individual level
  • I think we’re doing fine; When there are issues, we discuss; Get meetings as such to where we get off topic
  • Focusing ppl to using the web; Talk to certain groups; Having consistent place to direct ppl for info
  • Reach more ppl than we think; Talk more about CC than community; If you want community to be engaged, do something that community cares about
  • Should sequester CC business and focus; Have one CC meeting a month focusing on issue; We control the agenda; No reason why we have to do engagement; Operational components of CC are only of interests to us; We have reached the point of overdoing it; Community topic of the month?; There are enough issues on list of topics to change scenario
  • Reason why adamant in having topic separate from social media was because we didn’t have adequate number of topics in the past; Feel like we’re not doing our job somehow; Used to have things to fill in calendar, but now we don’t. Where are we failing? How to get those topics so we aren’t discussing CC operations
  • Had several gangbuster CC meetings with good attendance
  • Operational capacity of CC and comm of community are unrelated; Discussions of TH are distraction from mission; Discussion of comm things are distraction from TH; Fifth of meetings are about TH; 20% discussion over internal business
  • Love idea of protecting space just for community engagement; Pin ourselves to corner if you have to wait to announce
  • Open forum where we tell community, LLC, AF, CC member; Bring topic or put on agenda item; if it’s operational, will be discussed
  • Start with dedicated meeting (Flipside Q&A) and see what we get

MOTION: Schedule in near future a CC meeting specifically on open Q&A that includes LLC

  • Amend that we make this May 9 for pre-Flipside topic;
  • Call it a mixer rather than a meeting cuz a meeting sounds like it sucks
  • Let community know in advance in as many mediums
  • Do more than just one meeting; Dedicate time at every meeting to discuss what everyone wants to talk about; Went on tangent in GLC convo; Free-form conversation; Own topic for certain amount of time; Figure out what needs to be actual CC conversations
  • Mixer instead of calendaring meeting
  • As calendaring mixer, it’s a good idea cuz it gives opportunity to bring ppl back in

MOTION (Revised): To have Q&A mixer on May 9th where we let community members field questions to the CC; MOTION PASSES

MOTION: Calendar meetings into mixers; MOTION TABLED

  • Back on original stack: Listen and learn luau; More interaction in street than in meetings
  • Conversation that TH—Differing evaluation of TH; Best characterization of interest to FS is through TH; Encourage CC to think about having possibilities at TH; They’re already there; What is the measure of success that we are looking for? Perrenial convos are important
  • LLC/AF/REGIONAL UPDATE are useless? I disagree. This is only place you can hear info on things such as regional burns and MGP;
  • Amount of communication nowadays is multichanneled that it’s hard for anyone to communicate effectively; Attention span has degraded (tl; dr); Need to do Cliff Notes version; Now we are headline writers!
  • Challenges: Business update sections can be long
  • Opening aspect is good for transparency; Not marketing, but branding of CC; Brand issue; Brand recognition not there


  • Doodle
  • Review CC nomination email: TABLED
  • CC Scribe nomination process: Get ppl at mixer
  • SUBTOPIC: Streaming CC Meetings
    • How long to wait?
    • Privacy issues?
    • Create secure wait to interact
    • Hardware is inexpensive; Certain infrastructure involved
    • Logistically, we tried Google hangouts; Need to look at WebX as solution, means stream to server, they stream out more; Ticketing; Transparently non-transparent; Talking at GLC easier to talk in person; Stack on WebX? Would change our meetings
    • Things to look at if given options: Perceived burden on those who live near; Does have some benefits, but has limitations
    • Philosophical comment: Decide who can be at meeting through streaming; Only CC members; Community attends actual meeting; Philosophy is what matters; Don’t worry about technology
    • 3 points: Who would participate first? Just CC? AFs? Or public? It squelches conversation; Screen Captcha? Only CC members can attend; Certain topics shouldn’t be necessarily discussed further outside of room
    • Have had meetings in past recorded without consent; It’s not impossible to have these recorded now; How much do we trust; Logistical nightmare; Philosophically, not immune to it; POI: Legal to record; Not legal to publish elsewhere
    • 17 CC members; If we all attended, we would have much longer meetings; When you are remote, potential for distraction
    • Remote: May take away from participation
    • Terms of service to offer to community? Would have to have thorough review; Phone teleconferencing might be best way; Video streaming is more restrictive to openness and honesty; It’s the lube that keeps the organization going; How to get community to teleconference
    • Problems with streaming: Any time you call in to meeting, you are already considered 2nd class in convo; $1000/yr for 14 ppl total; Where does line end?
    • Leveraging participants discussion; Proposal is trying streaming once; Limitations in execution (first 5 ppl); Number of hot topics are limited, therefore do ‘in-person’ only; There should be some kind of middle ground; Bridge to greater participation
    • Presented with unique situation
    • Not all CC members live in Austin; Community members cannot participate unless in person; Only St. Tiki can participate?
    • Extend CC membership to outside realms outside of Austin; Wouldn’t be fair to only have St. Tiki participate in streaming; Non-disclosure agreement not to release/rebroadcast to community; Have to be willing to take seriously; How to establish level of commitment and trust? Can’t change community perception
    • Do we want to go into corporate culture? More immediate and less corporate; What makes a CC member and deserving of this privilege? Where do we draw that line? If 20 community members and 10 cc members, how does that make us look?
    • Currently seeing 3-4 ppl that cannot participate; Monitor and revisit
    • Limitations: If kids are involved, you won’t be able to make call; Place for people to meet in person
  • CC Scribe nomination process: Mer makes call for nominations



STACK: Decibel

SCRIBE: Chim-Chim

TOPICS: Fireworks, Social Media


CC Meeting 29 February 2016



FACILITATOR: Notfunnyatall

STACK: Pixie

SCRIBE: Chim-Chim

ATTENDEES: Notfunnyatall, Pixie, Prost, Problem, Adam, Chim-Chim, Beth, Henry, Princess, Katrina, Anthony, Stash, Private Bear, Charlie, Zack, Breezy, Judge, Apple, Kat, Cooper, Mer, Monkey, Decibel, T-Rey, Samantha, Clovis, Bruce, Bonobo, Scott, Wrinn, Donut (in spirit)

TOPICS: Art and Consequences (Monkey); Firearms at Flipside/Warehouse (Clovis)


MOTION: Reschedule Fall Town Hall for Sept 24, 2016; MOTION FAILED

7:53pm AAR/LLC UPDATE (Adam)

  • Ticket opening this past weekend; No lottery!
  • Houston road show this Saturday; Dallas road show the following weekend
  • Mass Gathering Permit approved


  • AF/LLC meeting on Thursday; Meetings every first Thursday of the month

7:56pm TOPIC: Art and Consequences (Monkey)

  • Context: Community that has expressed often over the years that we appreciate art; Occasionally we run into boundary issues where someone’s art runs into someone’s experience; Ends up into issues; Discussion about role of art with respect to consequences that may be offensive; Community has placed value on that sort of art than what is outside of community; As a result, we should address; To frame discussion, not looking for policy suggestion, but talking about art and consequences and its effect; Safety = emotional, physical, safety for community in having ability to have event at site or in state; No should feel harmed or injured
  • Issues: When someone has worked hard on art piece and someone comes up and tags it; How to address someone who does that
  • Philosophical things: Consequences is a curious word for the community; Ex. All local/state laws apply (theft, vandalism, etc.); When it comes to other forms of policing—that could also include things that could deem as pornography that affects sustainability of event; Beyond those things, what does consequences mean? Answer—the police of community is everyone who runs it/buys a ticket; Make sure art has certain consequences; What drives us to the point of consequences? How do consequences come about?
  • Tagging—Policy in SG that expresses not open tagging that supports actions artist may have
  • Ordinarily, the only thing open for tagging is the effigy; Personal art projects shouldn’t be considered open season; Only bring things to flipside you are prepared to lose
  • Ex. – Piece of art that would not be at Flipside; Performance artist where she set out objects on table; Audience was allowed to experience anything; One of objects was a gun; She was not sure she was going to die; Gets to issues about boundary and consent; There is inflammatory art that has drawn the lines; It’s because of potential for consequences for art; Where do we see our norms about what community accepts
  • Tend to have two kinds of art and consequences: Conflict of sound; Sound camps next to each other; Prime principle is cooperation—expect camps to get together and work it out; Physical safety issues—things with effigy that we had to deny due to safety; When do we step in? Everyone is responsible for other people’s safety
  • Does it matter if its actually art or not? Why are we discussing (as art) how consequences of your actions intersect with other people; Does inherent value of art matter? – Who owns the consequences of the art? Who owns decision that your art is out of control? Comes down to AAR member on duty, depending on input from safety teams/artists; Holistic/specific one-on-one decisions; What are the consequences of “no art”?
  • Good to know where lines are drawn; What about art that doesn’t violates someone’s safety but requires consequences; Concerns over people planning on doing something racist; What types of consequences would it illicit? Community does not dictate who we want to be; If we want to be predators or racist a-holes, can set it up if we wanted to; It’s up to find a way that values self-expression but also safety
  • Sound, in general, touches on topics; Ex. Camp set up on main field with semi-loud sound system yelling at people; Got called by Rangers; By policy laid out for event, they were not violating policies of event, but were clearly upsetting people; Raised interesting question on duty, but also raised question; Recommendation would be to just confront them; Didn’t feel right to shut them off; What if it’s a guy with a megaphone? Should that be handled by community? People with official responsibilities should be doing something about that
  • Is this specifically about art? Substitute art with self-expression; Looking at how we can maintain self-expression without trampling over it; Looking to support all three principles
  • Self-expression: Genuineness; Honesty of artist’s intent; Accountability and cooperation; If piece upsets, can take responsibility; Expect people aren’t going to cross my boundaries constantly
  • Not feeling comfortable to shut down sound; Maybe there ought to be bare minimum; Have to use individual judgment; People’s art was interacting with other people in a way they kept asking to stop; Harassment? If you’re not being cooperative with someone else’s request, that’s a problem. If community can’t handle it, then maybe people should step in – No art? Is it too safe, or not enough?
  • As performance artists, we have opportunity because of nature of art where you have to intrude; Biggest issue—Need to know when it’s time to break character and have conversation with Rangers; Can’t be in character all weekend—you’re just being an asshole; Can’t do these things without compromising
  • Racist/Sexist: When introduced to discussion, usually end of discussion; Is it the ethic of community? It’s the middle
  • Notion of offensiveness vs obnoxiousness; (CO-STACK!); Art is causing me pain; If art is keeping you up at night, where is that line? Responding to neighborly conversations; What are grounds for shutting down art?
  • Obnoxious art; music so obnoxious that it’s cock-blocked me in my tent! Notion of community enforcement; Allowed to be a critic;
  • Don’t want me to be art critic enforcer at Flipside; If art that is bugging you, view it as opportunity to do something; Big exception—theme camp over sound limit even if nobody is complaining about it, becomes threat to event’s sustainability; Everybody pays for it
  • Consequences of your art, and how do those consequences fit with the principles; Situations that might occur; How do you lubricate cooperative process that’s going to happen? Think about consequences beforehand
  • Confrontation is hard; At event, can be hard to separate; Part is growth opportunity to have discussion with artist to put in perspective; Appreciation and needs
  • Fine line: Usually, there’s not; If you bring something provocative but not capable of having conversation, will be shut down quickly; Call to arms or not arms to enable people to discuss; May take away experience
  • Have ongoing series where we are discussing respect/racism issues;
  • Opportunity—Flipside is opportunity to be out of comfort zone and deal with that; Lessons in life are born of hardship; Intentional hurt; Painful—our choice to determine how powerful that pain is; Less regulation of art; Safety—conflating safety in terms of physical with emotional; Important to distinguish between the two; Exaggerative, far out examples; What can happen if we’re not careful; Taking responsibility for your experience
  • Reasons to bring discussion up: Difficulty in talking with people in community where that’s my art/you can’t tell me what to do; That’s true; Situations to find a way to express people they are being hurtful without telling them; Want art to have consequences; Some are positive/some are negative; Want people to understand art has social/cultural consequences; Can make an art project and lose friends; Organization is not going to pretend to protect you; How can we have conversations with people who throw around excuse, and how do we get to express to allow; If you do those things, you may not be welcome; Understanding that there are subtle and far-reaching consequences
  • None of the principles live in a vacuum; Accountability; Confrontation is hard; Only way we cooperate; Depends on form; Have to step up at some point to say something; Org not here to babysit you; Rangers there to mediate conflict
  • Community—Most understand this; New artists need to be aware; Community is self-policing; City will correct itself; If out of line, city has tendency to fix problem before Rangers get involved
  • Talking to people as things go along: By time discussion ensues, several others have already discussed; Physical injury—How often does piece of art hurt someone before someone intervenes; Suggestion—Fighting art with art is best way; Art Response Team (ART); If having problem, call team, and they’ll deal with situation – More conversation—dialogue as part of culture; Very individual thing
  • Consequence of art: Supporting the artist; Concern—Artists not feeling supported/getting a project over their heads; Resent energy at event; As much a consequence for artist as for people who engage; Don’t see big enough net for those people
  • Consequences to artist; Consequences to community for art that crosses lines; If let too far, then consequence to community; If art is lighting crosses all night, that is not art, that is a threat; Harassing women as art? There are consequences that will hurt community
  • Art ends when assault begins; Cannot be mixed with art/performance art
  • Can request artist and participants have dialogue with each other; Can request artist to participate with community
  • We are all in a privileged position; Confrontations about one’s feelings have discussions; We are doing a good thing; If offensive, have conversation
  • Start up next door for theme camps!
  • Art ending where assault begins: Interaction between self-expression and cooperation; Phrasings of this construction—all miss point—you can’t create art at FS that has no impact on anything; Would be very hard; Every bit of self-expression is to express in community; Idea is being part of community; Can’t have self-expression without influencing another; Question is HOW; Impact on other people; What conversations are you having? Art should not have a ‘get out of jail free’ card; Juxtaposition—Artists and participants—Artists are not participants, just leaving it out there to absolve themselves; Fuck the binary
  • Recommendation: All laws apply; Wherever you draw that line, always someone wanting to be on this side of it; Lets engage other people’s art; Notion of racism, sexism, consent has changed because of conversation; About listening or inviting conversation; Will be powerful through initiation with theme camp

9:13pm REGIONAL UPDATE (Clovis)

  • BM meet and greet 6-8pm Sunday afternoon; Sekret Theater
  • Art fundraiser?
  • Semi-official Flipside function tagging to this?
  • Art project: Uni-tea
  • Facebook event for UNI-TEA: Starts at 8pm
  • Tomorrow is deadline for submission
  • Low income tickets for BM March 3
  • Regional event coming up March 17-20 in Houston
  • Burning Man Global Leadership Conference coming up; in San Francisco

9:17pm TOPIC: Firearms at Flipside/Warehouse (Clovis)

  • Current policy at warehouse is don’t be a dumbass; Conversation with community
  • Both event and here are private property; Gives right to determine who is trespassing; No signage needed
  • Weapons at the event: No firearms or firearm analogs
  • Members active in making other spaces not open carry spaces; If we said no guns at warehouse, some people would be upset;
  • 3 P’s: Problem, Princess, and Prost


    • Put agenda on top
    • Date, Agenda
    • Discussion over wording and placement of CC announcement
    • You’re invited to a Combustion Chamber Meeting [date]
    • FAQ link to website
    • Link to Combustion Chamber
    • Link to AAR/LLC

9:51pm OLD BUSINESS from Trello

  • Fall Town Hall: Sept 24 vs Oct 1; Discussed Oct 1 conflict with ACL and Myschevia work weekend; Also question of having Town Hall too early

MOTION: Reschedule Fall Town Hall for Sept 24; No second – MOTION FAILED

  • Start Scribe nomination process
  • Picture day: Doodle poorly responded to; CC members need to answer Doodle; Resend and put deadline for Friday; Please respond by then
  • Have conversation over streaming CC meetings—calendar discussion


  • Streaming for CC meetings (dovetail into that; put on topic description)




SCRIBE: Chim-Chim

TOPICS: Review CC nominations messages (all); CC communication with the community (Beth)


CC Meeting 15 February 2016




STACK: Prost

SCRIBE: Chim-Chim

ATTENDEES (15): Adam, Problem, Beth, Clovis, Decibel, Hawk, Bonobo,  Turtlebunnie, Prost, Clover, Henry, Pixie, Chim-Chim, St. Tiki, Psyche

TOPICS: Town Hall Recap (All); Combustion Chamber Operations (All)


ACTION ITEM (Clovis):  November 30 minutes will be out by Tuesday, February 16

MOTION: If it is a CC sponsored event, the producer needs to have a save the date announcement at least six weeks prior and definitive announcement at least two weeks prior; MOTION PASSED

MOTION: Facilitator will go and gather old business and keep track of what’s on Trello and Memory (to look at topic list); MOTION PASSED

7:51pm LLC UPDATE (Adam)

  • Met with civil attorney last week; Good shape; Surveying changes/accumulate questions throughout year, and discussed;
  • Solicit feedback from all AFs; Any change in law that we need to reflect?
  • No section on flood safety in Survival Guide
  • Introducing child waiver for warehouse (under 18); Changing language on existing waiver
  • Ordered for DAFT today
  • Mass Gather Permit hearing on next Tuesday
  • Waivers available for work weekend
  • Forms end April 1 TC; April 20 Art; May 15 Art cars;

7:56pm AF UPDATE (Clovis)

  • Work weekend this weekend
  • City planning is working

7:58pm REGIONAL REPORT (Clovis)

  • Burning Man’s Global Leadership Conference coming up March 31-April 3
  • Burning Man ticket dates coming up March 23
  • Houston Burn March 17-20
  • Apogaea call for Leads
  • Louisiana found land for future Burns
  • Montreal will be organizing a Burn

8:01pm TOPIC: Town Hall Recap (All)

  • Sign for CC booth needed
  • Use passports as ‘Thank You’ cards
  • Having incentive to use passports
  • A few ppl that came by site sign-off were pleased; More traffic than last year
  • Sound system lower than it has been in the past; Raise volume
  • Passports are fun, but real goal is sign-ups which occurred more this year
  • Enjoyed the new format; Shorter meetings GOOD
  • Paper/pen topic box system/list

8:10pm TOPIC: CC OPERATIONS (Clovis)

  • Scribe
  • November 30 minutes will be out by Tuesday, February 16
  • 72 hours good enough time frame to review
  • Review of CC Operations flipchart from 2014 retreat—how many are open items?
    • Identify Producers early
    • Define mission statement for motions/events
    • Broader engagement for CC
    • Who should recruit event vols?
    • Appoint a task master
    • Review old biz @ meeting
    • Volunteer instead of voluntold
    • Document guidelines, goals, roles, instance
    • Trello/task mgmt. tool
    • Review annual calendar
    • VC can help find vols, but does not manage
  • SCRIBE minutes discussion
    • November 30 minutes will be out by Tuesday, February 16
    • 72 hours good enough time frame to review
  • Task master discussion
    • Does Trello work for everyone?
    • Google calendar bad for tracking action items (i.e. things that happened yesterday); Bad tool if you miss anything
  • Identify producers early: TH; CC/LLC—who’s in charge rotation in booth; Having CC members contact AFs; Parking issues
  • Agreement at CC retreat ; Topics one week after calendaring require descriptions
  • Theme selection TH—have some kind of carpooling; To be discussed for next Town Hall
  • Memory, Trello, Calendar, CC list—Trello is task manager; Memory document repositories; Updating calendar regarding CC things
  • PARKING: Next door may be available for next Town Hall
  • Future topics not yet calendared list on CC board on Trello; List topics on there
  • CC sponsored events: Need timeline to post about event; If producing, promote at least two weeks before event (save the date); Order-of-operations? In past, Content lead posts CC topics
  • Deadlines/Guidelines for messaging; Should have a save the date
  • Announce: Piece-meal info; Would get moderated through or not; Flame made community business sent out mid-month; Announce would be company business (CC mtgs, safetyside); Form on website for submitting to announce or flame under contact menu; Compiled into roundup
  • Short-failings: No hard date set for RESPECT topic
  • Difference between Announce and Flame: Format; Flame not sent to Announce mailing list
  • Why Announce changed: Things being sent out; Limit to 1-2/month
  • Discussion: If producer of event, must be responsible for putting out word

MOTION: If it is a CC sponsored event, the producer needs to have a save the date announcement at least six weeks prior and definitive announcement at least two weeks prior

  • Can sent specific notification and will fail with someone; Bring back phone trees!!! As soon as date gets picked, it goes out there; Any time we have important topic for community


  • Discussion of technical details: Form for Announce to Susan, Website, Facebook/Twitter, Austin-List; Each announcement message is posted onto website
  • Communications waterfall for CC handbook
  • General process for how CC posts things; How does CC post as CC without going through Announce (web page, CC blog, monthly announcements?) NOPE
  • Put in CC handbook: If producing event, here are guidelines


  • Put out to Event coordinator; Let Mer know; Important to avoid ACL; Contact Mer; Let her know we will contact her Lead; Discuss date for proper protocol
  • Scribe nominations: Fewer ppl to wrangle is best
  • Picture day: AI—poll to determine CC and AFs availability to take photos (BEST DATES and dates to cover everybody)
  • Town Hall announcement and how to make it better
  • Flipside has Twitter @burningflipside
  • Format question: This is CC announcement for TH or (Topic)
  • Review TH meeting announcement; Facilitator for next meeting, check Trello/Memory – Announcement—Postpone TH announcement to determine date

MOTION: Facilitator will go and gather old business and keep track of what’s on Trello and Memory (to look at topic list)

  • CC business/new business—review announcement; On Memory; Not community topic; Facilitator sends out internal message


  • Trello is reminders for what needs to be updated

TOPIC: Flipside Town Hall Road Shows

  • Talk to Mer: Run by agenda; MCs Safety Thirdside scheduled March 12; Also inviting tc leads to

NEXT MEETING: Monday, February 29, 2016, 7:42pm


STACK: Pixie

SCRIBE: Chim-Chim

TOPICS: Firearms (Clovis/Henry); Art and its consequences (Monkey)