the perils of rebasing
Ahh, but the bliss of rebasing is not without its drawbacks. It can be summed up in a single line:
“do not rebase commits that you have pushed to a public repository” thex (talk) 22:33, 14 June 2013 (UTC)
The Great Noisebridge Rebase of 2013!
After many hundreds of earth weeks of 24/7 opening, we're thinking about closing down Noisebridge for a couple of weeks for to do all the things that you can't really do when the space is open.
What kind of things, you ask?
We'd like you to tell us, second-person Noisebridge person!
Here's our proposed process. If you have a major Noisebridge structural change or improvement you'd like to conduct, sit write down and write it up as a Proposal For Awesomeness (PFA), similar to an RFC, using the template below. Along with your PFA, list who you're working on the project with (ask them first!).
Noisebridge will have a big old discussion, and a meeting (possibly multiple meetings) where we'll go through all the proposals, and consent on the ones that will be part of the Rebase. The folks that are included in the PFA get to spend a delightful few days working like ROBOT SLAVES on building up Noisebridge, on a date to also be determined (probably by seeking to maximize the people who volunteered and are available).
See also: Reboot
Please edit/add projects and contribute to conversations on nb-discuss and join us for our next meeting.
Tuesday 6pm, July 16th 2013 in the Hackatorium.
...from the homepage:
We are Noisebridge
Noisebridge is an infrastructure provider for technical-creative projects, collaboratively run by its members.
Other Pages of interest:
- Maps_of_2169_Mission - Up to date "As-Built" drawings of the Noisebridge space in PDF and DWG formats to work off of.
Projects with PFA documentation
Proposal from praveen for open hack night, see nb-discuss.
Weekly mediation meeting.
Splitting of nb-discuss lists.
(Create a page, and cut and paste this text into it, and get to work!)
Give your funky project name here.
Give your name or names, and a contact email address.
A pithy description of what you're planning
What Will Be Done
A detailed description, in step-by-step form, of what will be done
What Areas in the Space Will This Affect
You can specify this as either a functional area (electronics area) or physical location (west wall). Bear in mind we might move things around pretty profoundly.
Who Will Be Doing It
A list of you + others who would agree to do this. If you don't have enough people, you might not be able to manage it.
Why This Will Be Good
Give the advantages of what you're proposing
Why This Will Be Bad
List the potential problems of your project, and how you would help mitigate them.
How Long Will It Take
You can take longer than the (proposed) two weeks, but you should describe how you will fit in with Noisebridge's normal activities/
In A Fantastic World, What Extra Budget Would You Like
We might have a little cash to throw the way of projects. Specify your desires, in order of what you'd like first.'
Are There Any Other PFAs This Would Work Well With
Link to anything that nicely complements your proposal
Are There Any Other PFAs This Would Contradict
Link to anything that wouldn't be doable with this PFA'
Weekly Rebase meeting notes
Rebase Meeting - Tuesday, July 02, 2013 - currently need typing.
Suggested projects currently without PFAs
- Coat Rack (V)
- Tool Locker (Scott)
- Access Card (Rev Mik)
- Hackable Identifiers (Monad)
- switch over from buzzer to keycode system
- finish off the lights
- actually hang the kitchen properly
- redo the front space with some clear GUIDANCE for newbies
- take down all the signs, put up clear signs
- more noise mitigation for classrooms
- set up a cafe area
- hold a reset party
- declare the membership list public, and give out medals to all members
- have a once-only honorary membership grant to people helping out
- This does not make sense. -lizzard
- take lots of photographs
- declare any backpacks full of clothes to be objecta-non-grata
- multiple "zones" for multiple concurrent activities
- consider removing the "sleeping area" (aka hacker stacker) and restore space for 3-D printing
- replace all faulty furniture
- remove all graffiti in the stairwell and elevator
- paint murals in the elevator