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Creating And Nurturing Your Indie Game Community
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Creating And Nurturing Your Indie Game Community
Speaker: Jeff Lindsay (Systems Designer, GliderLab), Jim Munroe (Proprietor, No Media Kings, GameSetWatch)
Date/Time: Tuesday (March 9, 2010) 3:30pm 4:00pm
Location (room): Room 135, North Hall
Experience Level: All
Summit: Independent Games Summit
Format: 30-minute Lecture

Session Description
In two short, sweet mini-talks, notable independent game community organizers discuss how you can get involved in nurturing the indie community in your local area - or for your particular flavor of independent games. Firstly, SuperHappyDevHouse and TIGJam contributor Jeff Lindsay, who has set up Hacker Dojo in the Bay Area as a permanent base for the tech community, will explain what he's learned from being involved in indie game site TIGSource and his other projects in the tech community. Next, Toronto-based independent creator Jim Munroe, the person behind local indie game-centric events like The Hand Eye Society and The Artsy Games Incubator, explains how the area has grown a strong indie community and how you can mobilize your area to flood out of the basement and into the streets!

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