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* Indicate the goals of the workshop, and indicate how your question helps you be sure you are reaching that goal.
 
* Indicate the goals of the workshop, and indicate how your question helps you be sure you are reaching that goal.
 
* Where possible, use deadlines liberally. For example, tell the person you will adjust their RSVP to "no" by (for example) Tuesday at 9 PM if you don't hear an answer. Keep in mind that you ''do'' have an event timeline you want to stick to, so timelines are very useful for you as an organizer.
 
* Where possible, use deadlines liberally. For example, tell the person you will adjust their RSVP to "no" by (for example) Tuesday at 9 PM if you don't hear an answer. Keep in mind that you ''do'' have an event timeline you want to stick to, so timelines are very useful for you as an organizer.
* Be courteous, if you have the patience for it. Being nice to people doesn't cost you anything, and keep in mind you could be reacting to a misunderstanding. Be prepared for that possibility by indicating what you saw and what your goals and concerns are.
 
  
 
== Being welcoming to anyone who identifies as a woman (and welcoming trans women) ==
 
== Being welcoming to anyone who identifies as a woman (and welcoming trans women) ==

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