My Eve University chat is confirmed for Sunday. I decided to run it at 1500 and again at 2200. Immediately I was asked if I plan to talk for four hours. No. It is two one hour sessions. The goals to cover time zones. I know that I am always irritated that everything happens outside of my time zone. My goal is to see how well attended these are and go from there.
Here is the link to the details! Neville wrote a much better summary than I did.
If you want to attend make sure you have downloaded mumble and set it up. Directions are here. It is open so no log in and API checks and all of that stuff.
Somehow this qualifies me as a guest lecturer! Poor Eve Uni.
The goal of said talk is really just to be accessible about the CSM. We can talk Kronos. We can talk about me. We can talk about low sec. We can talk about markets. We can talk about whatever. I want to create an open floor question and answer. One of the negatives to pod casts or Eve radio is that people may listen but they don't feel as if they get to personally engage their CSM representative. Hopefully this will help with that. Sunday will be the trial run for what I hope to do monthly.
Why Eve Uni coms? For one Eve Uni has the coms to support a lot of people. For another they are very neutral. Their format also allows people to talk to me if they don't want to type questions or type questions if they don't want to talk.
I want to be reachable. Talking isn't my focus like it is for the naturally gifted like Mike and Corbexx who hop onto anyone's podcast and go. My comfort is with my writing. How ever I promised that I would push myself outside of my comfort zone and reach out to people.
Hopefully this works!
I'm more than happy to do these on week days as well. Feedback when it comes to times and where in the week they fall would be appreciated. I decided to start with Sunday because it was safe being a weekend day. As always, if you don't tell me what you want I can't try to make it happen.