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====Some times are better than others==== We have many scheduled activities in the space, and many of us have day jobs. You can coordinate the time of your visit to ensure that you can find people to talk with (and especially [[Getting_In|to let you into the building]] in the first place!) * Are you new? Wondering when to drop by? Come by any evening - you don't necessarily have to wait for a class, an event or a meeting. Any night there will generally be people hanging out, and you're welcome to just show up, to say "I'm new!" and then get a tour, or to just relax and work on your laptop until a conversation of interest comes up. * If you're interested in particular activities, check out our schedule, posted on the [[Noisebridge|main page]] of this site. * If you'd like to come during unstructured time and talk with lots of people, after hours are generally best. * If you'd prefer a quieter environment, come earlier in the day. * If you'd like to see the anarco-syndicalist factory of how a long-living hackspace is maintaining, tag along to our [[Meetings|Tuesday 8pm meetings]], where affairs are often '''excitingly''' hashed out. * You're unlikely to find many people in the space before noon on most days. * This is discussed in painful detail at [[Hours]] * The people around you may not know you well, but they might love you a bit more if you fix a random thing. Even if its just cleaning plates of dishes, helping to organize the parts bins, or tidying an obviously dirty desk.
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