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For more information, see [[Static:Assemblies]].
 
For more information, see [[Static:Assemblies]].
  
<div style="border: 5px solid red; padding: 10px; margin: 10px;">'''Attention''': Please be aware that creating your assembly page here and stating your requirements does not guarantee you getting those requirements met or even a space for your assembly. Unfortunately we are still limited to physical space (we are working on it) and other constrains. Help us by filling out the form with enough interesting information, but keep it real(istic).</div>
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<div style="border: 5px solid red; padding: 10px; margin: 10px;">'''Attention''': Please be aware that creating your assembly page here and stating your requirements does not guarantee you getting those requirements met or even any space for your assembly. Unfortunately we are still limited to physical space (we are working on it) and other constrains. Help us by filling out the form with enough interesting information, but keep it real(istic).</div>
  
 
{{#forminput:form=Assembly|namespace=Assembly|autocomplete on namespace=Assembly}}
 
{{#forminput:form=Assembly|namespace=Assembly|autocomplete on namespace=Assembly}}
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! Website(s)
 
! Website(s)
 
| {{{field|Has website}}}
 
| {{{field|Has website}}}
{{Form/Comment|You can put links to websites describing your assembly into this box. If you have multiple URLs, you can just separete them by a comma (",") which will allow the wiki to parse them properly.}}
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{{Form/Comment|Please give links to websites describing your assembly. If you have multiple URLs, you can just separete them by a comma (",").}}
 
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! Official contact
 
! Official contact
 
| {{{field|Has contact}}}
 
| {{{field|Has contact}}}
{{Form/Comment|You can provide some information here, how a person might contact you in case of interest or questions. This is NOT the contact address the ccc orga will use to contact you on organization questions. For example a mail address, website, (DECT) phone number or the name of a specific member. Please do '''not''' try to create a link to a user page.}}
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{{Form/Comment|This is the general contact in case of interest or questions. Use e.g. a mail address, website, (DECT) phone number or the name of specific member(s). Please do '''not''' try to create a link to a user page. This is '''not''' the contact address for orga.}}
 
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! Short description.
 
! Short description.
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! Select parent assembly, if any.
 
! Select parent assembly, if any.
 
| {{{field|Subassembly of|input type=combobox|values from category=Parent Assembly|existing values only}}}
 
| {{{field|Subassembly of|input type=combobox|values from category=Parent Assembly|existing values only}}}
{{Form/Comment|If your assembly is a part of another assembly, please select your parent assembly here. The parent assembly must exist and must not have a parent assembly, before you can select it. If you are a subassembly, please note that you enter your requirements either in your subassembly page or in your parent assembly page, but never in both! Failing that we might have to change your assembly space on site and will remember our needed extra work in the years to come. Thank you for your cooperation.}}
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{{Form/Comment|If your assembly is a part of another assembly, please select your parent assembly here. The parent assembly must exist and must not have a parent assembly, before you can select it. If you are a subassembly, please note that you enter your requirements '''either''' in your subassembly page '''or''' in your parent assembly page, but '''never in both'''! Failing that we might have to change your assembly space on site and will remember our needed extra work in the years to come. Thank you for your cooperation.}}
 
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! Select related assemblies
 
! Select related assemblies
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{{Form/Comment|Selecting yes or maybe in this field will add your assembly to the list of self-organized-session / workshop locations. This will allow you and other people to add and schedule sessions that will show up within the session calendar.}}
 
{{Form/Comment|Selecting yes or maybe in this field will add your assembly to the list of self-organized-session / workshop locations. This will allow you and other people to add and schedule sessions that will show up within the session calendar.}}
 
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| colspan=2 | '''The following fields will be used for categorizing and placing your assembly. So please make sure that you fill the fields with valid information, as we only can only place your assembly at the right location, if we know your needs.'''
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| colspan=2 | '''The following fields will be used for categorizing and placing your assembly. Please make sure that you fill the fields with valid information, as we only can only place your assembly at the right location, if we know your needs.'''
 
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! Mail contact for orga team
 
! Mail contact for orga team
 
| {{{field|Has orga contact}}}
 
| {{{field|Has orga contact}}}
{{Form/Comment|Please provide a '''valid e-mail address''' here. This will be used by the orga team, if there are any questions. Also be sure that we really can contact you! If you use a mailing list for contact then set it to accept unknown addresses and bcc mailings (ml address not in 'to' fields and such). Failing that your assembly might get dropped from planning if we need further informations and are unable to contact you.}}
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{{Form/Comment|Please provide a '''valid e-mail address''' here. This will be used by the orga team, if there are any questions. Also be sure that we really can contact you! If you use a mailing list for contact then set it to accept unknown addresses and bcc mailings (ml address not in 'to' fields and such). You might get dropped if we are unable to contact you.}}
 
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! Things we bring
 
! Things we bring

Revision as of 23:13, 6 November 2015


To create a new page for an assembly, just enter the name of the assembly below. This will show you a form requesting some basic information about the assembly like a short description. Below you find a free text field, where you can put the whole detailed description.

You can also insert the name of an existing assembly to edit it, but it might be easier to head over the assemblies page and click "Edit with form".

For more information, see Assemblies.

Attention: Please be aware that creating your assembly page here and stating your requirements does not guarantee you getting those requirements met or even any space for your assembly. Unfortunately we are still limited to physical space (we are working on it) and other constrains. Help us by filling out the form with enough interesting information, but keep it real(istic).