appear • Raspberry Pi community appears out of nowhere – Inclusive community for everyone – Wide demographic - mix of hardware hackers, programmers, teachers, parents, kids, retired ex-programmers... – Schools – Hobbyists – Businesses
Jam? What do I need to do?” • How can we help them get started? – Explicitly state YES YOU CAN – You don't need permission – It can take any form you like – Suggestions not mantra • Raspberry Jam section on website – Map & Calendar – Information on how to run a Jam
Frequency • Attendance • Format (talks / workshops / hacking / mix) • Venue • How do you organise the event? (website / eventbrite / google docs / trello) • How do you publicise the event? • What types of people attend? • What types of people don't attend? • Why do you run this Jam?
to us, tell us what you do, share success stories – Feedback, tell us how we can help you • Get your Jam on the map! – Submit via raspberrypi.org/jam • Join in on Twitter, the forums, etc. • Share your ideas, help others • Share your resources, publish your talks if possible • Keep doing what you do!