Meeting Notes 2008 09 30

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# Make a list of stuff we want for the space.
 
# Make a list of stuff we want for the space.
 
# Fill out insurance app, see http://www.cs.berkeley.edu/~dmolnar/insurance-questionnaire-bonafide.pdf
 
# Fill out insurance app, see http://www.cs.berkeley.edu/~dmolnar/insurance-questionnaire-bonafide.pdf
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'' Cleaning from 3pm onwards.''
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We cleaned the hell out of this place. Thanks to everyone who brought supplies and/or muscle!
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'' Please bring a chair.''
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We chose to stand, thanks.
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'' Check out the new space!''
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Verdict: awesome!
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'' Financial report from the Treasurer.''
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There were numbers. I think they were roughly what's on [[Finances]].
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'' Make a list of stuff we want for the space.''
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"It's on the wiki."
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''Fill out insurance app''
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Did we get to this? I don't think we did.
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We also had a lot of discussion as to what happens to stuff that gets brought/donated to the space, and public versus private property. The general consensus policy seems to be: "If you donate stuff to the space, it must be no strings attached, and you must assume that it will be broken / hacked / set on fire / not be returned to you, although we are generally reasonable people."
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[[DavidMolnar|David]] took notes, which will presumably forthcoming, either from he or I.

Revision as of 01:11, 1 October 2008


Time and Place

8pm, place: Noisebridge, 83C Wiese St. near 16th St. & Mission St., San Francisco

Agenda

  1. Cleaning from 3pm onwards. Bring CleaningSupplies.
  2. Please bring a chair.
  3. Check out the new space!
  4. Financial report from the Treasurer.
  5. Make a list of stuff we want for the space.
  6. Fill out insurance app, see http://www.cs.berkeley.edu/~dmolnar/insurance-questionnaire-bonafide.pdf


Cleaning from 3pm onwards.

We cleaned the hell out of this place. Thanks to everyone who brought supplies and/or muscle!

Please bring a chair.

We chose to stand, thanks.

Check out the new space!

Verdict: awesome!

Financial report from the Treasurer.

There were numbers. I think they were roughly what's on Finances.

Make a list of stuff we want for the space.

"It's on the wiki."

Fill out insurance app

Did we get to this? I don't think we did.

We also had a lot of discussion as to what happens to stuff that gets brought/donated to the space, and public versus private property. The general consensus policy seems to be: "If you donate stuff to the space, it must be no strings attached, and you must assume that it will be broken / hacked / set on fire / not be returned to you, although we are generally reasonable people."

David took notes, which will presumably forthcoming, either from he or I.

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