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This is a page for hosting consensus items currently under debate, with their formal wording.
 
This is a page for hosting consensus items currently under debate, with their formal wording.
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Is your consensus item still drafty, in need of much revision, and not something that you think people already can more or less agree with? Perhaps it belongs on the [[Draft Consensus Items]] page, instead?
  
 
The [[Consensus_Items_History|Consensus Items History]] is the public record of consensus items that have been decided on in the past. Please move the records from the "Current" page to the "History" page once they've been approved/blocked.
 
The [[Consensus_Items_History|Consensus Items History]] is the public record of consensus items that have been decided on in the past. Please move the records from the "Current" page to the "History" page once they've been approved/blocked.
  
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| 2013-01-22
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| Date First Discussed [[XX Month, Year]]
| Danny
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| Proposed By [[User:User|User]]
| Danny will write a snarktastic letter to dreamworks from Noisebridge explaining nominative fair use
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| Informal Title
| Danny (Letter is here: [[DreamworksReply]] )
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| Summary
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| Author of this Record [[User:User|User]]
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| 2013-01-22
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| proposed 6.23.20
| Leif
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| [[User:Zach|Zach]]
| Noisebridge grants Ping permission to send FOIA requests on behalf of Noisebridge for records related to Noisebridge.
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| Continuing Meeting Remote Accessibility Beyond COVID-19
| Danny
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[[User:Ⅹ|Ⅹ]] ([[User talk:Ⅹ|talk]]) 05:32, 1 July 2020 (UTC) Proposed edit to include "We noisebridge are committed to making activities accessible to as many people as possible."
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It is without a doubt that Noisebridge has, under the throws of coronavirus, become more accessible to disabled people than it has ever been before.  After years of hardship with a broken elevator, it has been a wonderful shift in these recent weeks to take part in meetings again via new remote options.  As a wheelchair user and severely disabled member, I cannot always take buses to the space and I know other disabled members have similar challenges.
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Let us move forward as a community and continue this improvement in accessibility.  Let us not take steps or rolls backward after the physical space re-opens.  We are learning the value of access as a community together, and all the good things that come with it.
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This consensus proposal Is for:<p>
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1.  Continuing video and/or audio attendance options for Noisebridge General Meetings (usually on Tuesdays), specifically for disabled people as a reasonable disability accommodation, as outlined by [https://www.ada.gov/taman2.html Title II] and [https://www.ada.gov/regs2010/titleIII_2010/titleIII_2010_regulations.htm Title III] of the [https://www.ada.gov/2010_regs.htm American with Disabilities Act].<p>
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''"'title III of the Act, which requires public accommodations to remove architectural barriers where such removal is "readily achievable," or to provide goods and services through alternative methods, where those methods are "readily achievable'"
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''"Readily achievable means easily accomplishable and able to be carried out without much difficulty or expense."
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| [[User:Zach|Zach]]
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| proposed 6.23.20
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| [[User:Zach|Zach]]
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| Continuing Class Remote Accessibility Beyond COVID-19
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|  
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[[User:Ⅹ|Ⅹ]] ([[User talk:Ⅹ|talk]]) 05:32, 1 July 2020 (UTC) Proposed edit to include "We noisebridge are committed to making activities accessible to as many people as possible."
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It is without a doubt that Noisebridge has, under the throws of coronavirus, become more accessible to disabled people than it has ever been before.  After years of hardship with a broken elevator, it has been a wonderful shift in these recent weeks to take part in meetings again via new remote options.  As a wheelchair user and severely disabled member, I cannot always take buses to the space and I know other disabled members have similar challenges.
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<p>
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Let us move forward as a community and continue this improvement in accessibility.  Let us not take steps or rolls backward after the physical space re-opens.  We are learning the value of access as a community together, and all the good things that come with it.
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<p>
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This consensus proposal Is for:<p>
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1.  Continuing video and/or audio attendance options for Noisebridge classes, presentations, and tools, specifically for disabled people as a reasonable disability accommodation, as outlined by [https://www.ada.gov/taman2.html Title II] and [https://www.ada.gov/regs2010/titleIII_2010/titleIII_2010_regulations.htm Title III] of the [https://www.ada.gov/2010_regs.htm American with Disabilities Act].<p>
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''"'title III of the Act, which requires public accommodations to remove architectural barriers where such removal is "readily achievable," or to provide goods and services through alternative methods, where those methods are "readily achievable'"
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<p>
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''"Readily achievable means easily accomplishable and able to be carried out without much difficulty or expense."
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''
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| [[User:Zach|Zach]]
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| proposed 6.23.20
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| [[User:Zach|Zach]]
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| Accessibility information and statement on the main website
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[[User:Ⅹ|Ⅹ]] ([[User talk:Ⅹ|talk]]) 05:32, 1 July 2020 (UTC) Proposed edit to include "We noisebridge are committed to making activities accessible to as many people as possible."
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This consensus proposal Is for:<p>
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1.  Providing disability access information on the main website (noisbridge.net) in a clear and easy to access way.<p>
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This information should include: <p>
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a.  Possible barriers and physical access information for the current physical space of Noisebridge<p>
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b.  A point of contact for disabled people to ask questions specifically around disability and gaining access to Noisebridge (phone, email, etc. - more options the better).<p>
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c.  Information on how to request disability accommodations to attend.<p>
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d.  A statement on Noisebridge's commitment to excellence via inclusion of people with disabilities<p>
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| [[User:Zach|Zach]]
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| Proposed 6.23.20
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| [[User:Zach|Zach]]
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| Accessibility information posted outside the Noisebrige physical space
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[[User:Ⅹ|Ⅹ]] ([[User talk:Ⅹ|talk]]) 05:32, 1 July 2020 (UTC) Proposed edit to include "We noisebridge are committed to making activities accessible to as many people as possible."
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This consensus proposal is for:<p>
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1.  Keeping up-to-date durable (laminated) physical postings of accessibility information in a clearly viewable area at the entrance of Noisebridge's physical space.
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<br>2. This notice to include some form of contact that disabled people can reach if we cannot access the space.
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| [[User:Zach|Zach]]
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Latest revision as of 05:35, 1 July 2020

This is a page for hosting consensus items currently under debate, with their formal wording.

Is your consensus item still drafty, in need of much revision, and not something that you think people already can more or less agree with? Perhaps it belongs on the Draft Consensus Items page, instead?

The Consensus Items History is the public record of consensus items that have been decided on in the past. Please move the records from the "Current" page to the "History" page once they've been approved/blocked.

Date First Discussed XX Month, Year Proposed By User Informal Title Summary Author of this Record User
proposed 6.23.20 Zach Continuing Meeting Remote Accessibility Beyond COVID-19

(talk) 05:32, 1 July 2020 (UTC) Proposed edit to include "We noisebridge are committed to making activities accessible to as many people as possible."

It is without a doubt that Noisebridge has, under the throws of coronavirus, become more accessible to disabled people than it has ever been before. After years of hardship with a broken elevator, it has been a wonderful shift in these recent weeks to take part in meetings again via new remote options. As a wheelchair user and severely disabled member, I cannot always take buses to the space and I know other disabled members have similar challenges.

Let us move forward as a community and continue this improvement in accessibility. Let us not take steps or rolls backward after the physical space re-opens. We are learning the value of access as a community together, and all the good things that come with it.

This consensus proposal Is for:

1. Continuing video and/or audio attendance options for Noisebridge General Meetings (usually on Tuesdays), specifically for disabled people as a reasonable disability accommodation, as outlined by Title II and Title III of the American with Disabilities Act.

"'title III of the Act, which requires public accommodations to remove architectural barriers where such removal is "readily achievable," or to provide goods and services through alternative methods, where those methods are "readily achievable'"

"Readily achievable means easily accomplishable and able to be carried out without much difficulty or expense."

Zach
proposed 6.23.20 Zach Continuing Class Remote Accessibility Beyond COVID-19

(talk) 05:32, 1 July 2020 (UTC) Proposed edit to include "We noisebridge are committed to making activities accessible to as many people as possible."

It is without a doubt that Noisebridge has, under the throws of coronavirus, become more accessible to disabled people than it has ever been before. After years of hardship with a broken elevator, it has been a wonderful shift in these recent weeks to take part in meetings again via new remote options. As a wheelchair user and severely disabled member, I cannot always take buses to the space and I know other disabled members have similar challenges.

Let us move forward as a community and continue this improvement in accessibility. Let us not take steps or rolls backward after the physical space re-opens. We are learning the value of access as a community together, and all the good things that come with it.

This consensus proposal Is for:

1. Continuing video and/or audio attendance options for Noisebridge classes, presentations, and tools, specifically for disabled people as a reasonable disability accommodation, as outlined by Title II and Title III of the American with Disabilities Act.

"'title III of the Act, which requires public accommodations to remove architectural barriers where such removal is "readily achievable," or to provide goods and services through alternative methods, where those methods are "readily achievable'"

"Readily achievable means easily accomplishable and able to be carried out without much difficulty or expense."

Zach
proposed 6.23.20 Zach Accessibility information and statement on the main website

(talk) 05:32, 1 July 2020 (UTC) Proposed edit to include "We noisebridge are committed to making activities accessible to as many people as possible."

This consensus proposal Is for:

1. Providing disability access information on the main website (noisbridge.net) in a clear and easy to access way.

This information should include:

a. Possible barriers and physical access information for the current physical space of Noisebridge

b. A point of contact for disabled people to ask questions specifically around disability and gaining access to Noisebridge (phone, email, etc. - more options the better).

c. Information on how to request disability accommodations to attend.

d. A statement on Noisebridge's commitment to excellence via inclusion of people with disabilities

Zach
Proposed 6.23.20 Zach Accessibility information posted outside the Noisebrige physical space

(talk) 05:32, 1 July 2020 (UTC) Proposed edit to include "We noisebridge are committed to making activities accessible to as many people as possible."

This consensus proposal is for:

1. Keeping up-to-date durable (laminated) physical postings of accessibility information in a clearly viewable area at the entrance of Noisebridge's physical space.
2. This notice to include some form of contact that disabled people can reach if we cannot access the space.

Zach