10/27 I left my laptop charger and cord on the main table. If you find it please give it to Rayce, Vaughn or the guy on the 3D printer. I will come by tomorrow. Thanks!! -Bud
Watch the Pirate Bay documentary premiere!
Hi Noisebridge friends,
I just got the chance to check out your beautiful space and wanted to share my film about the Pirate Bay with your community.
We are releasing the film for free online from the premiere on Jan 8th.
Please check out the trailer here
Simon / Director TPB AFK
Sorry about the heavy undo action here https://noisebridge.net/index.php?title=Noisebridge&diff=next&oldid=35239. Here's a rationale for my edits:
Noisebridge has now been designated as'...
Isn't that just a long winded version of "is"?
new visitors are just as welcome as always
If they are new, then they wouldn't have any reason to wonder why this statement might exist.
OTOH, gadlen, the most recent language using the terms "always welcome" is clearly more inviting and less cold to New Visitors. Although you yourself might disagree with this emphasis on attracting New Visitors to the Space, you might still want to more carefully review some of the Regular Members' proposals of this "more welcoming" matter on recent Discussion-list postings as well as in the last Meeting's minutes.
consider reading up on
No, it's important they read up on it.
OTOH, gadlen, the most recent language using the term "review"' succinctly hints at less in-depth "reading" of the required access methods; a definite +plus+ to many more of we excellent time-constrained folks!
but it's best to visit when Full or Associate Members are present
A new visitor doesn't care about the difference between full and associate members or that there is a difference. And saying it your way implies there is another, unstated type of member, which there isn't.
- Dearest 126.96.36.199, those are excellent edits, thanks! I'm glad we got to bounce them back and forth a bit.
- PS. A popular way to show discussion threading in Mediawiki is to add a ":" to the beginning of each line. That indents your text. Then the next response gets a "::", etc... It's not perfect, but that's what Wikipedia uses. Keep rocking. --gadlen (talk) 19:11, 18 November 2013 (UTC)
Captcha fix request
All these moments will be lost in time... "like tears in rain" - w/o the direct article. tyvm :-) 188.8.131.52 00:20, 16 November 2013 (UTC)