Talk:Passport

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== Stamp Book ==
 
== Stamp Book ==
 
* Shouldn't this be called a Hackspace Stampbook?  A passport is defined as "a document, issued by a national government, which certifies, for the purpose of international travel, the identity and nationality of its holder."  A Hackerspace passport should be defined as "a document, issued by a Hackerspace, which certifies, for the purpose of inter-Hackerspace travel, the identity and home Hackerspace of its holder."  This information should then be used to validate the holder, giving them a reputation to uphold for themselves and their Hackerspace. --[[User:JimShoe|JimShoe]] 18:33, 1 August 2011 (UTC) (Makers Local 256)
 
* Shouldn't this be called a Hackspace Stampbook?  A passport is defined as "a document, issued by a national government, which certifies, for the purpose of international travel, the identity and nationality of its holder."  A Hackerspace passport should be defined as "a document, issued by a Hackerspace, which certifies, for the purpose of inter-Hackerspace travel, the identity and home Hackerspace of its holder."  This information should then be used to validate the holder, giving them a reputation to uphold for themselves and their Hackerspace. --[[User:JimShoe|JimShoe]] 18:33, 1 August 2011 (UTC) (Makers Local 256)
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== Creation ==
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* for those of us in the dark end of the hacker universe, would you be interested in sharing what materials/methods you use to craft these so that we can develop a certain level of uniformity between hackerspaces.  I'm trying to get some put together for the OHM hackerspace here but would like to be of a comparable quality.

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Stamp Book

  • Shouldn't this be called a Hackspace Stampbook? A passport is defined as "a document, issued by a national government, which certifies, for the purpose of international travel, the identity and nationality of its holder." A Hackerspace passport should be defined as "a document, issued by a Hackerspace, which certifies, for the purpose of inter-Hackerspace travel, the identity and home Hackerspace of its holder." This information should then be used to validate the holder, giving them a reputation to uphold for themselves and their Hackerspace. --JimShoe 18:33, 1 August 2011 (UTC) (Makers Local 256)

Creation

  • for those of us in the dark end of the hacker universe, would you be interested in sharing what materials/methods you use to craft these so that we can develop a certain level of uniformity between hackerspaces. I'm trying to get some put together for the OHM hackerspace here but would like to be of a comparable quality.
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