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=== Philosophy of Operation ===
=== Philosophy of Operation ===
We're going to try the [[FractalWorkingGroup]] strategy.
As a "fractal" working group:
The types of things we should seek to convey to Noisebridge as a whole:
* the Community Working Group may spin off subgroups as needed or desired, groups which can expect no "control" from its parent group, but which should probably check in from time to time. The idea should always be to keep the community informally informed of all of the goings-on at Noisebridge.
* the CWG may change its style of decision-making to whatever works for the group. Experimentation is encouraged. Full consensus should be considered the "default setting".
* how we brought together X and Y groups, despite $PROBLEMS
* the CWG should use the lessons learned from its operation to make proposals and recommendations to the Noisebridge General Meeting.
* recommendations for action (e.g. "what to do about the kitchen") based on community input.
* how we identified $HARASSMENT despite cover-ups, misdirection, etc.
* new connections made between Noisebridge and the outside world (e.g. shelters and food co-ops).
* reports on how well the physical space supports (or doesn't support) the community vis-a-vis the Noisebridge Mission Statement.
=== Philosophy of Conflict Resolution ===
=== Philosophy of Conflict Resolution ===

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