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First and foremost, thank you for supporting Paris.js.
The information below (extracted and translated from Paris.js mailing-list) will help you to understand better what Paris.js is concretely.
Who are we?
Cools people loving JS in the Paris Area <3
As of November 4th of 2016 we are: 3265 on Meetup, 2379 on Twitter, 539 on the mailing-list
Co-Organizers and tools ? The Who's who Wiki
What does a Paris.js meetup look like?
This is the program of a typical meetup:
- 19h00 => 19h30 - Arrival
- 19h30 => 19h35 - Presentation of Paris.js
- 19h35 => 19h40 - Presentation of the sponsor
- 19h40 => 21h10 - Long Talks, 30 minutes each (25min + 5min interval)
- 21h10 => 21h30 - Lightning talks, 5 minutes each
- 21h30 => 21h40 - Announcements of Events
- 21h30 => end - Buffet and free discussions with participants
This planning can be adapted to your constraints, of course, while preserving a time for the talks and a time for the gathering.
What is Paris.js community for?
The community is responsible for:
- advertising the upcoming event through networks of developers
- video recording, and, when possible, live broadcasting of the event on the Internet
- helping to organize the event on location on D day
What are the best conditions for the success of the event?
In general, the host organization offers:
- a location with at least 50 seats
- a buffet (drinks and pizzas)
What are the benefits for sponsors of a Paris.js meetup?
- 5 minutes chrono to present themselves at the beginning of the meetup (shared in case of multiple sponsors)
- Sponsor name displayed on parisjs.org website
- Sponsor mentioned on Twitter in announces for the meetup