[Noisebridge-board] [Noisebridge-discuss] Ed and community service at Noisebridge
robertayoungchu at gmail.com
Fri Aug 19 12:48:05 PDT 2011
Ed is an amazing person,
two days ago we decided to do some volunteer work by cleaning up the rats
nest of the front area (near the windows where all the computer components
were). And also cleaned a lot of other garbage up from Noisebridge as well.
(The huge pile of crap that was in the donation area.
We spent about 5-6 hours for just doing that and the results from our effort
has been amazing. Though some be to differ that the messes will come back; I
believe that the more usable work space that we opened up (non-crap every
where / and now workable) will keep the future mess to manageable
It was a lot of work that we put in and Ed and I performed consistently in
plowing throw it all in an effective and organized manner.
We still have all of the usable items on the main table, as we just need to
put those in there places.
On Fri, Aug 19, 2011 at 12:13 PM, Ronald Cotoni <setient at gmail.com> wrote:
> FYI, I know some people from Chicago who have known ed for a VERY long time
> (he is best friends with one of my good friends brothers). He is an
> upstanding guy. I am sure Miloh and Robert can find tons of things for him
> to do :)
> On Thu, Aug 18, 2011 at 10:45 PM, Danny O'Brien <danny at spesh.com> wrote:
>> Hello board, discuss,
>> So some of you met Ed at the last meeting, who has been deemed by the good
>> judges of Illinois worthy of doing 60 hours community service in penance for
>> a past action which he will happily regale you with (say hi to him in the
>> space, or mail me for his email address -- unfortunately, his mail rather
>> gives his name away, and given that part of his fine is to have all record
>> erased after a year, I don't particular want to add to the permanent record.
>> I've bbc'd him here.)
>> Anyway, he came last meeting to talk to us about doing his community
>> service at Noisebridge.
>> We all cross-examined him at the meeting, and found that he seems nice,
>> likes driving, went to culinary college, and is probably only in the top 50%
>> percentile of reprobateness within Noisebridge's spread. He was already
>> working when I left.
>> He's getting me the paperwork that we'd have to sign. From the sounds of
>> is mostly his obligations, and how we can ensure that we accurately measure
>> and relay to the authorities what good he's been up to with us.
>> I proposed that he be put under the non-hierarchical auspices of Robert
>> Chu and Miloh who are experts at finding things to do.
>> I think the timeline is a week-and-a-half to get things sorted. I'm going
>> to run over the paperwork and put it up somewhere so we can see if it
>> imposes obligations on noisebridge that might trigger a consensus
>> My feeling right now is that it probably wouldn't, but happy to spend some
>> time with someone else to work out whether we should. If we think it will,
>> I'll sign them provisional on membership approval, and go for consensus over
>> the next two weeks.
>> Questions, answers, details to be added etc can go here:
>> In summary, free labor!
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>> Noisebridge-discuss at lists.noisebridge.net
> Ronald Cotoni
> Systems Engineer
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