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Minnstf Links

For the Board

Minnstf Document Digitization Project

Otherwise known as MinDocDigPro. This is an ongoing effort to digitize Minnstf (and in particular Minicon) documents. Here's the organizing page of the project.

General-interest Minicon stuff

Minicon continues, but since Minicon 53, the programming folks have organized things elsewhere, not on the wiki (but future programming heads should feel free to use the wiki again if they like).

M53 (2018)

M52 (2017)

M51 (2016)

M50 (2015)

M49 (2014)

M48 (2013)

M47 (2012)

M46 (2011)

M45 (2010)

M44 (2009)

Planning

Minicon History

Resources for Minicon (and other con) running

Running a small convention or convention-related party

Programming

Take a look at the Minicon 53 Programming Brainstorm.

Historical

Moderator Tip Sheet

The Moderator Tip Sheet was developed by the Programming Committed for Minicon 24. Besides general tips on how to plan and run a panel at an SF convention, the Tip Sheet includes a handy dandy worksheet for the moderator to use before and during the panel. Now and then other cons ask if they can use it. We always say yes.

Registration

GoH Handling

Publications

Signs and At-Con Communications

Accessibility

Art Show

Volunteers

Blog

Blog is the traditional drink of Minicon. It's a sweet fruit punch, typically spiked with liberal amounts of vodka. The nonalcoholic variant is referred to as "St. Paul blog" for historical reasons. See the Blog Recipe.

Account creation & editing privileges

How do you register to be able to edit this wiki? The Mnstf wiki has been the victim of large numbers of spammers. Because of this, we've set it so that only people who are registered can edit the wiki, and that you need to email a sysop to register. Sysops are noted on the user list. As of March 25, 2011, the sysops are Jiawen, Laurel and Straitm. Note to sysops and people trying to edit the wiki: As of January 2015, people need to be in the "approved" group in order to edit pages (it's not good enough to just have an account, since lots of spambots have accounts already).