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vitees [2013/07/18 12:34]
samthetechie modified the "who?" bit and added the "why?" bit.
vitees [2013/07/18 12:54]
samthetechie [Who?]
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 ===== Cryptoparty Invitees ====== ===== Cryptoparty Invitees ======
  
-Cryptoparties should ideally have a rather varied group attending. Mainly, it is a means for activists, journalists and the general public to learn how to use crypto ​in practise, ​meaning invitations should go out to:+Cryptoparties shouldideallyhave a rather varied group attending. Mainly, it is intended ​for the general public to learn crypto but it is of special interest ​to journalists,​ human rights activists, environmental activists and other groups to learn and use crypto ​day-to-day ​meaning ​that targeted ​invitations should ​be made by organisers and go out to:
  
 =====Who?​===== =====Who?​=====
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   * Centres for Investigative Journalism (e.g. CIJ)   * Centres for Investigative Journalism (e.g. CIJ)
   * Human rights organisations (e.g. Amnesty)   * Human rights organisations (e.g. Amnesty)
-  * Environmental activist organisations (e.g. Greenpeace)+  * Environmental activist organisations (e.g. Greenpeace, climatecamp)
   * Other professional groups and their clients / patients who rely on secure and anonymous communications (e.g. lawyers, psychologists,​ priests, doctors)   * Other professional groups and their clients / patients who rely on secure and anonymous communications (e.g. lawyers, psychologists,​ priests, doctors)
   * Computer- and crypto-savvy people who can assist in teaching, e.g. the local hackerspace, ​ LUG (linux user group).   * Computer- and crypto-savvy people who can assist in teaching, e.g. the local hackerspace, ​ LUG (linux user group).