We are a small festival and don’t have any staff as such, just a few volunteers helping out, because there are not many areas where staff is required.
We want to create a friendly and open atmosphere. We want everyone to feel welcome and included. We are all in it to have fun and play around with this great medium. But there are a few rules and guidelines, we would like you to follow.
We follow the open chair Principle meaning that unless you specify, that you are having a private conversation all conversations are considered open, and people can join in, if they want to contribute.
We all share the same experience here, and this is a unique opportunity to talk to people from all over the world who share your hobby and passion, we encourage you to take advantage of that.
This festival is both a new local event aiming to bring black box to jutland and an international event as part of the A Week activities in preparation for Knudepunkt. As such the language during the festival will primarily be english. We will not forbid people using their native language, but encourage people to switch to english, if new people join your conversation.
We will not be selling alcohol at the venue, but you are allowed to bring your own (and theres plenty of shops in the area. The venues has asked us not to drink outside, but during this time of year, that should not be a problem.
Smoking is not allowed on the premise, but we will make a designated smoking area, and that area is the only place where you can smoke while at the venue.
You are welcome to use the kitchen at the venue for cooking. But we expect that you clean up after yourselves. The people at the venue encouraged us not to allow this due to previous experiences, but we believe that roleplayers are more awesome people, and you will help us keep a nice and tidy kitchen for us and each other’s sake.
Danish law applies to the conference which means that drug use, theft, violence, harassment or assault will not be tolerated.