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Revision as of 18:41, 3 April 2014

planning policy/process improvements and implementations for the space

focused on improvements to process, policy, implementation, management, and interaction within noisebridge as a physical and virtual space and community

Working Group Members


.....need moar members

Working Group Meetings

schedule goes here, also links to meeting notes

task bucket

ensuring clean/safe facilities (bathrooms, basically, but maybe kitchen)

kitchen rebuild (content/process) (kitchen existing as a separate issue could work for us. if we minimize the "dishes and pots" aspect of the kitchen, and set it up to facilitate hacking type stuff like molecular gastronomy, and add a dishwasher, it could get better)

refactoring consensus process and decision negotiation (consensus is not a monolithic model, and its also complex and mutable, kinda like agile/scrum methodology. participants in it should be informed and prepared.) http://web.mit.edu/publicdisputes/practice/cbh_ch1.html

making a New Member Packet containing info about processes, participation, etc, and probably stickers or something too

refactoring the redshirts role and implementation

implementing and maintaining management software (http://spiff.readthedocs.org/en/latest/ via torrie, and https://www.loomio.org/ , and https://slack.com/ and http://www.discourse.org/

separate mailing list(s) for members only, and for the working group

hosting for services (where, who pays, etc)

rainbow grocery's consensus and conflict mediation workshop

outreach/help/services for the disadvantaged/dwelling-impaired (THIS IS IMPORTANT, sure we are not a homeless shelter but our structure and openness cause us to be a vector for this demographic. i think it behooves us as an organization and as people to address this in an empathic and controlled manner.)