Elastic User Group Organizer's Guide


(Leslie Hawthorn) #1

At last count, there were more than 100 user groups worldwide to talk about the Elastic stack. We're always thrilled to support meetups and can do so in a variety of ways, including attendee gifts, budget for refreshments and sending speakers when our employees are visiting your area.

If you're interested in getting involved with an existing Elastic user group as an organizer, spinning up a new group or requesting a speaker for your user group, we would love to hear from you. You can find all the information you need in our brand new User Group Organizer's Guide.

Note that the document is quite long, but it is meant to be useful to our entire global community. If you're familiar with organizing user group meetings, just use the table of contents to learn about the topics that are immediately relevant. If you're just organizing your first few meetups, it's worth reading the whole document.

Last but not least, this document is licensed CC-BY-4.0, so if you find any portion of it useful please reuse, remix and adapt it for your community's needs. :smile:


(Leslie Hawthorn) #2

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