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* people can easily share ideas with a record of changes
 
* people can easily share ideas with a record of changes
 
* avoid creating time pressure for community members by introducing items before sufficient discussion has happened
 
* avoid creating time pressure for community members by introducing items before sufficient discussion has happened
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The [[Current Consensus Items]] is a page for hosting consensus items currently under debate, with their formal wording.
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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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! Author of this Record
 
! Author of this Record
  
 
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| September 15, 2021
 
| Fnord
 
| COVID-19 vaccination requirement; honor system preferred
 
| For the next 90 days unless explicitly renewed by fresh Consensus:
 
 
When taking appropriate responsibility for introducing a new person into the physical space, it is expected that vaccination status may be explicitly discussed (briefly and respectfully) to communicate the clear Consensus of Noisebridge that for safety of all participants, people not currently vaccinated against COVID-19 may not be permitted to come inside without good reason for any exception.
 
 
Respecting preference for anonymity and discouraging pointless "papers please" scenarios should generally preclude checking vaccine cards and especially any associated demands for identification without good reason for any exception (such as special events or legal requirements).
 
 
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| March 16, 2021
 
| Pyconaut
 
| Set Aside 150k for Instalation of an Elevator at 272 Capp
 
| We have an offer to install an elevator at Noisebridge for about 100k, might be a bit more for the extra work nessasary to prep the area (landing area), and will probably be close to 120k.
 
 
 
Extra money not spent on elevator would go into an ADA upkeep fund for long term upkeep of the elevator and other ADA items in the space (doors, bathrooms, desks). 
 
 
But to be safe we should set aside an extra bit of money for (unforseen issues (redirecting Pipes or Whatnot)).
 
 
Or we could put that extra money into an elevator and ADA upkeep fund for long term upkeep of the elevator and other ADA items in the space. 
 
 
This Item will also have a 1 month research period for seeing if there are any better offers that people can find for installing the elevator.   
 
 
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| January 23, 2021
 
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| Be excellent to each other.
 
| & party on.
 
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| November 17, 2020
 
| fnord
 
| Temporary Provisional Capacity Cap at Capp Under Construction in this Time of Contagion
 
| Regarding 272 Capp Street and the expeditious buildout thereof:
 
 
0) Respecting (recently updated) SF requirements relating to coronavirus pandemic, Noisebridge is temporarily closed for "business as usual".  Whatever details, safe to say for the foreseeable future: no in-person "events" (classes, tours, parties, etc).  And most activities related to the buildout should probably hold off for now.  Take a break folks!
 
 
1) Going forward, limit number of people indoors at 272 Capp to 3 downstairs and 3 upstairs - whenever volunteers can safely get back to work building out the new space.
 
 
2) Scheduled volunteers building out the new space will be supported in their relentless pursuit of excellence.  Knowledgeable volunteers are encouraged to facilitate safe and productive use of the space.
 
 
3) Prioritizing projects to safely open the the space for more participants - ventilation and making good use of the outdoor space.  Allocate funds and encourage donations for these "phase zero" buildout expenses - and budget $1000 for JD to expedite initial shopping list for Moving The Project(s) Forward.
 
 
4) Consider any and all of these extraordinary restrictions to be automatically obsolete by (at the latest) March 14th 2021 and open to reasonable modifications as things change.  Probably should refresh details and reconfirm relevance at least every month or so.
 
 
Anyway.  This proposal for (formal) Consensus claims to reflect the current state of affairs and concerns of volunteers working to build out the space,  Further suggestions, questions, support (and moar volunteers!) from the broader Noisebridge community would be most welcome at this point.
 
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| March 24, 2020
 
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| SHUT IT DOWN!
 
| For the upmost safety and excellence of humanity, noisebridge is hereby CLOSED until further notice.
 
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| March 24, 2020
 
| Ⅹ
 
| OPEN IT UP!
 
| Noisebridge is as open as possible, noisebridge is hereby OPEN.
 
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| May 22, 2018
 
| John Shutt
 
| Defining Board Officer and Chairperson Roles
 
| Text here: https://www.noisebridge.net/wiki/Defining-Roles
 
| John Shutt
 
 
 
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| 22 May 2018
 
| Beka
 
| Philanthropy Renaming
 
| Rename Philanthropists to Daemons and update all the relevant related words in parallel ways.
 
| Beka
 
  
 
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| 22 May 2018
 
| 22 May 2018
| Beka
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| Trent
| Document and Do-ocratize Infrastructure
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| Publish Slack Logs Going Forwards; Respect Privacy of Slack Logs Before June 2018
| Noisebridge will document it's infrastructure (including access control, wikipedia and social media accounts, domain names, financial record keeping and related accounts), and build tools to reduce or eliminate the reliance on trusted individuals, so as to prevent those items of infrastructure from becoming unusable or unmaintainable in the case that those trusted individuals cease to be readily contactable. All such tools will aim to maximize decentralized do-ocratic participation, transparency, and accountability, and minimize secrecy and concentration of power. As part of this, it is necessary to answer the following questions:
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| Publish monthly slack logs on the internet moving forwards. Slack history before June 2018 is not to be shared without further Consensus.
1) How can these pieces of infrastructure be accessed without significant vulnerabilities? I.E. what does it mean to access NB's Twitter account in an accountable way? How does that compare to bank information? To domain names? What conditions are appropriate for each such piece of infrastructure, to allow access to working groups building tools?
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2) What tools can be made to provide decentralizeddo-ocratic control and accountability? What information must be shared, when, and how can that sharing be guaranteed?
 
 
 
3) Who will build the tools, write the documentation, etc.?
 
 
 
When these three questions can be answered, access will be granted to these tools. The system of trusted individuals may continue to exist as a fallback, if desirable, but will not be the sole way to manage this infrastructure thereafter.
 
 
 
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== Related Pages ==
 
 
 
The [[Current Consensus Items]] is a page for hosting consensus items currently under debate, with their formal wording.
 
 
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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