Mornings at Noisebridge
= "I've got better options than this" I left right away somewhat annoyed that I spent the time to go there and found the condition so bad.
Came to Noisebridge for the first time in a month in the morning and that's what I found at 10:15 this am
One guy openly sleeping on the front couch. One guy appears asleep at the back. The turning classroom is setup like a 1980's crash pad livingroom. People eating breakfast in the library. The main table and front area, a big mess the day after teh "monthly cleanup"
I haven't been going to Noisebridge in the morning since February 19 -immediately after I asked NO_Hat to leave, he asked me to leave.
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I am using the changed circumstances to do some rethinking about this important topic.
But please, anyone who reads and is also interested in having a positive morning experience at Noisebridge, I'd like you to comment. Maybe as simple as taking turns sharing bringing breakfast pastries and cleaning the coffee area.Greg (talk) 17:07, 14 March 2014 (UTC)
I heard a very sad story that someone destroyed the tower that went with the synthesizer.
If its true, those people should get an opportunity to explain themselves, and if lacking be gone.
Stay positive about the status of house rules
Well Im concerned because the meeting notes look like house rules were consensus-ed, that Kevin came late, and negotiated with Tom to un-consensus the house rules.
Wednesday, about 6:40 pm I spoke to Kevin about some of my concerns. I want to summarize the conversation, and send it in an email before talking generally on it.Greg (talk) 03:34, 20 March 2014 (UTC)