The Combustion Chamber would like to inform you of their next meeting.
When: Monday, June 10th, 2013 @ 7:42 PM
Where: Austin Artistic Reconstruction Warehouse
What we will be discussing:
Next Meeting Agenda:
Post Flipside meeting(taking all the credit and assigning Blame )
Who Can/Should Attend:
You! If you care about the event and especially if you care about any of
these topics you should come to discuss them.
Why this matters:
The CC provides advice to the LLC. The LLC provides the overall direction
and policy guidance that end up making the event happen. The topics
discussed at this meeting may have a direct impact on you during the actual
Flipside event and/or at the AAR, LLC warehouse.
You can’t stay involved if you are uninformed .
Meeting minutes from the last CC Meeting:
The minutes contain good discussion on the agenda items including MGA , ticketing discussion.
Radical respect meeting
===Frequently Asked Questions===
*What is the Combustion Chamber or
The Combustion Chamber or
CC for short is an advisory body to the AAR, LLC
board. This body is intended to be as representative of the community as
possible. Members of the CC are nominated by the community and then
interviewed by the current CC.
*What is Austin Artistic Reconstruction, LLC or
Austin Artistic Reconstruction, LLC or AAR, LLC for short, is the legal
entity which puts on the Burning Flipside event. This term is sometimes
also used to denote the board of directors of the LLC who act as the legal
of the Burning Flipside event.
*But I’m not on the CC, should I come?
Absolutely, this is an open meeting. The purpose of this meeting is to
obtain information on how the community feels about
these topics. If you are part of the community and care about this then you
should come if you are
*How do CC meetings work?
There is a Facilitator whose job is to keep the meeting running and on
topic. People speak in the order requested based on a stack. This stack is
maintained by a person on the CC. If you wish to speak you should raise
your hand and
the person running stack will put your name down. The stack person will
then call on
you when it is your turn to talk. If you merely wish to agree with someone
not get on stack, but instead do what we call “twinkle.” Twinkling consists
of putting your hand
in the air and waving your fingers.
*How should I behave at a CC meeting?
You should wait for your turn to speak. You should speak in a polite manner.
This means that you should not make off color jokes or attack anyone
ideas, not people). This has to do with a decorum rule that the CC has. If
violates this rule you will hear someone say “Decorum” which means that the
to behave correctly.