See the SBAY Social mail list for info on sbay.org social events, or to suggest one.
SBAY.ORG has always had various kinds of technical forums and now also serves as the non-profit parent/umbrella organization for several Silicon Valley technical organizations.
SBAY Non-profit Corporation Info
For more info see the sbay.org corporate info site and the SBAY Wiki.
See the "SBAY Networked Meeting Procedures" e-book, our effort to define modern productive meeting procedures which include in-person and electronically networked attendees. You can adopt them for your own organization. And you're welcome to help us continue to develop them.
The "SBAY Networked Meeting Procedures" could also be thought of as the "SBAY Networked Rules of Order". It describes how we hold meetings online. We don't need everyone in the same room to hold meetings. We take advantage of the Internet. One of the other main points is to do away with those 19th Century or older terms from Robert's Rules of Order. We've added consensus building to the process rather than fighting over what motions to make.
SBAY Special Interest Groups (SIGs)These Special Interest Groups (SIGs) are technical clubs or projects organized under the umbrella of the SBAY community's 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
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