vangran wrote:Is it too early to start thinking about an orphan theme camp?
Sadly, Not to be held on the Playa. Fertility2.0, disseminate.
trilobyte wrote:I disagree with the idea of no real leader (or mayor or whatever the title is used). At least in the case of a registered theme camp - somebody's ass is on the line
mamasharon wrote:OK It's too late to register to be placed, but you can still create a theme camp. right? And if you are not registered, can you still be in the WWW guide?
theCryptofishist wrote:Don't worry then. If it's a new theme camp there's no track record so you wont get the tap on the shoulder.
DrYes wrote:Starting a theme camp with friends this year, and saw on Twitter: "If you were invited by your Group lead to set up a Burner Profile you need to do it TODAY by 12 pm (noon) PST!"
Could someone explain what that means? We haven't even submitted an application for placement yet, as they aren't accepting them until February.
trilobyte wrote:Include all the information about your camp's plans that you've got when you fill out the questionnaire. There will be space to describe what you'd like to do/offer, as well as request zones/areas you'd like and specify the approximate number of campers and your space needs. If I remember correctly it's done via drop-down menus, camp sizes are kind of modular (which makes it a little easier for them to plan out the city). Once the forms open up I'll be posting some tips for successful theme camp registration, keep your eyes open for that in another week or two (forms open on the 12th, and you have til the almost the end of April to register).
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