This is from a conference we spoke at in April 2017
Now that Warp Zone Louisville is one year old and the nonprofit Louisville makes games is over a year and a half old we have learned many things. None of us knew what to expect going into starting a nonprofit or a community space, we saw what others around the world were doing and followed in their footsteps. The journey has had many ups and downs but overall we feel confident that community is a huge benefit to independent game devs. In this round table we will give tips and answer questions that will hopefully help anyone looking to foster a community of game developers in their location.
This talk was a part of the Vector 2017 Game Development conference, held at Eastern Kentucky University in partnership with Idea Festival, the Kentucky Innovation Network, and Eastern Kentucky Gaming Institute. For more information go to www.vectorconf.com