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 Let's assume your city does not have a page. Create one for the whole city (e.g. "https://cryptoparty.in/gotham"). //That's where the information above goes. Locations or parties should have separate sub pages. This allows others to organize parties without having to create a second version of the city page. You can help creating a good default page by copying from others, adjusting to your needs, and giving feedback on what could be improved on other pages as well. Please add your CryptoParty dates to the [[:parties:upcoming|global dates list]](([[:parties:upcoming|list of global CryptoParty dates list]]))  even if you don't use the wiki as your main website. Help us show how global the movement is. You can find a dedicated How-To for [[:parties:add-a-date|adding your own CryptoParty]](([[:parties:add-a-date|how to add your own CryptoParty to list of global CryptoParty dates]]))  there. Let's assume your city does not have a page. Create one for the whole city (e.g. "https://cryptoparty.in/gotham"). //That's where the information above goes. Locations or parties should have separate sub pages. This allows others to organize parties without having to create a second version of the city page. You can help creating a good default page by copying from others, adjusting to your needs, and giving feedback on what could be improved on other pages as well. Please add your CryptoParty dates to the [[:parties:upcoming|global dates list]](([[:parties:upcoming|list of global CryptoParty dates list]]))  even if you don't use the wiki as your main website. Help us show how global the movement is. You can find a dedicated How-To for [[:parties:add-a-date|adding your own CryptoParty]](([[:parties:add-a-date|how to add your own CryptoParty to list of global CryptoParty dates]]))  there.
  
-===== Outreach =====+==== Outreach ====
  
 Outreach helps you to make it known that a CryptoParty is happening. First you need to think of your "target audience". That would be people not encrypting anything yet. They know how to turn on a computer but don't have advanced knowledge on the topic. Outreach helps you to make it known that a CryptoParty is happening. First you need to think of your "target audience". That would be people not encrypting anything yet. They know how to turn on a computer but don't have advanced knowledge on the topic.
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   * Twitter(([[https://twitter.com/search|https://twitter.com/search]]))   * Twitter(([[https://twitter.com/search|https://twitter.com/search]]))
  
-===== Angels =====+==== Angels ====
  
 Decide what topic you'd like to teach. To see how others explain it check the [[:learn:links#handbooks|list of handbooks]](( [[:learn:links#handbooks|list of handbooks]])) . Explanations will be aimed at beginners. Always keep that in mind. [[https://www.level-up.cc/|https://www.level-up.cc/]](( [[https://www.level-up.cc/|https://www.level-up.cc/]]))  has a section specifically on [[https://www.level-up.cc/resources-for-trainers|how to be a better trainer]](( [[https://www.level-up.cc/resources-for-trainers|level-up.cc: how to be a better trainer]])) , a couple of people wrote a concise guide on [[https://medium.com/@geminiimatt/how-to-give-a-digital-security-training-4c83af667d40|How to give a digital security training]] and [[https://tacticaltech.org/|Tactical Tech]] published a range of well documented [[https://myshadow.org/train|workshop formats and materials]]. Decide what topic you'd like to teach. To see how others explain it check the [[:learn:links#handbooks|list of handbooks]](( [[:learn:links#handbooks|list of handbooks]])) . Explanations will be aimed at beginners. Always keep that in mind. [[https://www.level-up.cc/|https://www.level-up.cc/]](( [[https://www.level-up.cc/|https://www.level-up.cc/]]))  has a section specifically on [[https://www.level-up.cc/resources-for-trainers|how to be a better trainer]](( [[https://www.level-up.cc/resources-for-trainers|level-up.cc: how to be a better trainer]])) , a couple of people wrote a concise guide on [[https://medium.com/@geminiimatt/how-to-give-a-digital-security-training-4c83af667d40|How to give a digital security training]] and [[https://tacticaltech.org/|Tactical Tech]] published a range of well documented [[https://myshadow.org/train|workshop formats and materials]].
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 Bring pen and paper to the CryptoParty to draw diagrams while explaining how something works. Bring pen and paper to the CryptoParty to draw diagrams while explaining how something works.
  
-===== Materials =====+==== Materials ====
  
 List of things that might come in handy during a CryptoParty. List of things that might come in handy during a CryptoParty.
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 ===== The Party ===== ===== The Party =====
  
-===== Setting the scene =====+==== Setting the scene ====
  
 This might be the most important part. A strength of CryptoParties is that they bring together people of most diverse backgrounds and engage them into learning together and from each other. But this also brings its challenges as people might have different ideas of what entails “being excellent to each other”. This might be the most important part. A strength of CryptoParties is that they bring together people of most diverse backgrounds and engage them into learning together and from each other. But this also brings its challenges as people might have different ideas of what entails “being excellent to each other”.