New Member Onboarding

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Welcome! Below is a checklist of actions to get new members access and answers.

Code of Conduct

Review Omni Commons' safer space policy. As a member you are expected to adhere to the code of conduct and be a part of acting to counter unacceptable behavior (we don't let mistreatment slide).

How to get involved

  • Send an email to the sudo-discuss mailing list and ask if anyone wants help with anything
  • Show up at a weekly meeting and let others know you're looking for ways to get involved!
  • Attend Hardware Hacking Tuesdays. This is a very active event with a lot of opportunities to meet people and learn about projects that might appreciate an eager helper


Access to the physical space

It's a little secret. Ask around.

Access to the Wiki

Click "Ask to Join" in the upper right corner of this page.

Access to the Website

Message one of the web admins for edit access to the page.

Equipment Access

Find someone who knows how to use it by asking on the discussion list or at any meeting, then ask them if there's anything you need to know to use the tool.

New Member FAQ

Who do I talk to to learn about ____?

  • You should now. Immediately. Set up an account on sudo humans and set it up to pay the recommended $30 per month membership fee, or more, or sliding scale down to $10 per month.