I'd like to post this HKonJ march on the Occupy Raleigh Facebook page, but I don't know how to post it as an event we like but are not "endorsing" as an Occupy Raleigh event, per se--meaning it's not an officially endorsed Occupy Raleigh event (via g.a. process). When I posted an event falling into this gray category last week, somebody griped about it.
We need guidelines for what events we post and endorse as Occupy Raleigh and how we present those that we might like but aren't necessarily responsible for. We need boilerplate introductory text that specifies these situations, as I see it:
1) Occupy Raleigh events--events we initiate, endorse (via g.a.), organize, and present.
2) Occupy Raleigh events--events we endorse (via g.a.), and help organize and present in partnership with *other* organizations.
3) Occupy Raleigh--events we endorse (via g.a.) but have very little other involvement
4) Events of Interest--events we like but don't "officially" endorse (via g.a.); members of OR may or may not participate/contribute to presenting the event as autonomous actions.
For whatever category it falls into, how do I introduce the link or the text describing the event, so people don't get their panties in a wad about it?