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The camping areas at EMF contain a number of villages. A village is where a group of people camp together, often due to a common interest. Some villages are big, some are small. Many villages organise their own events, workshops or talks.
The camping areas at EMF are divided into villages: groups of people camping together, often because of a common interest. Some villages are big, some are small. Many villages organise their own events, workshops or talks.
 
  
There is a list of the villages below. Go ahead and join one that you'd like to be part of. Or if there isn't one about your biggest interest, start a new village and people can join you.
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If there is a village based around something you are interested in, then you should definitely visit that village during the event to see what's going on. Or you could even join that village to help make more things go on. If there's not a village based around your interests, then you can start your own village and others will probably join you.
  
If you have any questions about villages, or you're planning to bring something especially big or in need of power to your village, drop an email to [mailto:[email address removed] [email address removed]], or [[IRC|drop into our IRC channel]].
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There is no requirement to be part of a village, so if you'd rather camp on your own and just visit some villages this is fine.
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If you're planning to bring something especially big or in need of lots of power to your village, please [[Contact|let us know beforehand]] so we can provide you with what you need.
  
 
== Register a Village ==
 
== Register a Village ==
  
Village registration for 2020 is done via the main website but has yet to launch, check back later.
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Village registration for 2020 will be done via the main website. Information about how to register villages will appear here once registration is open.
 
 
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If you have any issues creating your village, get in touch with us at [mailto:[email address removed] [email address removed]]. We're happy to help out.
 
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== Village Map ==
 
<div id='map'>This should display a map. If it doesn't, try force-reloading the page OR do a short dance and say EMF three times.</div>
 
 
 
=== Add your village to the map ===
 
 
 
As with Village registration the will be done via the main website but has yet to launch, check back later.
 
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You can add your village to [https://map.emfcamp.org/ the map] to let others know where you're located. This doesn't guarantee you any space, unless you've hired a tent.
 
 
 
To add your village to the map:
 
 
 
* Make sure you're logged in to the main website (not the wiki) [https://www.emfcamp.org/account by visiting here].
 
* Visit [https://map.emfcamp.org/ the map] and click the "+" button.
 
* Enter your village name and the wiki page name (optional), click "set location" to place your village, and click create.
 
* Scout the terrain with streetview pictures here: [https://www.google.com/maps/@52.0321421,-2.3795074,878a,35y,39.19t/data=!3m1!1e3 streetview].
 
 
 
You can edit or delete your village on the map at any time by clicking on it.
 
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== List of Villages==
 
<span style="background:lime">TODO: guessing this will need to point to or pull from the main site --[[User:Dpslwk|lwk]] ([[User talk:Dpslwk|talk]])</span>
 
{{#ask: [[Category:Villages]]
 
| mainlabel = Village
 
| ?VillageName=Name
 
| ?Description
 
| limit=1337
 
}}
 
 
 
(This list is automatically updated from villages registered on this wiki. It takes a little while to update.)
 

Revision as of 13:46, 20 January 2020

The camping areas at EMF contain a number of villages. A village is where a group of people camp together, often due to a common interest. Some villages are big, some are small. Many villages organise their own events, workshops or talks.

If there is a village based around something you are interested in, then you should definitely visit that village during the event to see what's going on. Or you could even join that village to help make more things go on. If there's not a village based around your interests, then you can start your own village and others will probably join you.

There is no requirement to be part of a village, so if you'd rather camp on your own and just visit some villages this is fine.

If you're planning to bring something especially big or in need of lots of power to your village, please let us know beforehand so we can provide you with what you need.

Register a Village

Village registration for 2020 will be done via the main website. Information about how to register villages will appear here once registration is open.