We kindly ask that members of the media and bloggers respect the project’s need for discretion. While it’s certainly possible to sleuth out the identities of folks who work on rogueApron events, we ask you to refrain from publishing such intrepid research.
Here’s some more guidelines:
It’s fine to …
- Publish the address of our website, and to quote from our website. (Unless otherwise noted, the quotes should be attributed to Lady Rogue.)
- To republish any of the photos published on our Flickr account. Please give proper attribution for said images, most are from our volunteers and we want them to get credit for their rad work!
- Credit the Lady Rogue as “Lady Rogue of rogueApron” in printed and promo materials.
It’s not cool to …
- Publish any identifying information about our locations, hosts, or staff. So images featuring street addresses or the faces of our volunteers = no.
- to write about our personal backgrounds, or those of our volunteers (unless they expressly give you permission)
Please remember that …
- … we are a social dining project that is volunteer-run. We accept donations to help cover the costs of foodstuffs. We offer many participation options for folks who are short on cash.
- … we strive to create experiential food experiences that help Atlantans connect with each other and their local foodsystems.
- … we want to sever the link between food and commerce, and re-establish food as the cornerstone of community.