[Noisebridge-discuss] meeting notes 2010-01-05

Noisebridge Treasurer treasurer at noisebridge.net
Sat Jan 8 13:52:55 PST 2011


I'm certainly willing to see how it goes. I haven't even seen this
supposed showing and telling yet.

Just saying. Late meetings kinda suck. I like the idea of putting it
on hold, rushing through the meeting, and having funtimes afterward.
During some weeks, like when somebody decides to debate the consensus
process or any time we talk about the misbehavior of an individual at
group level, this could be a rough model to follow. But generally
speaking, anything that increases the positivity and productivity of
the meeting is GOOD.

-Kelly

PS. It's nice to see you meddling in the organizational phenomena of
Noisebridge again, Mr. Myer.

On Fri, Jan 7, 2011 at 13:05, Josh Myer <josh at joshisanerd.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Jan 7, 2011 at 12:11 PM, Noisebridge Treasurer
> <treasurer at noisebridge.net> wrote:
>>
>> > Damn, you're on to my nefarious plot to overwhelm the negative
>> > interpersonal
>> > politics of Noisebridge with actual hacking and positive, supportive
>> > conversations!  Meddling kids!
>>
>> While I of course totally support your agenda, could you maybe do it
>> in another timeslot? Some of us are required to attend the meeting for
>> treasury reasons and like to get back to our homes in the east bay at
>> a reasonable hour because we work full time and really need to stop
>> showing up at noon and having to stay till 8pm and oh gee, lookit the
>> time. I need to go to work.
>>
>> Maybe we should have the membership meeting at 7 and have
>> awesomefuntimes afterwards?
>>
>
> I want this before the meeting, so any newbies who show up "for the meeting"
> see awesomesauce before they see the sausage being made.
>
> I also want it time limited, 7:30 to 8:00, adjusted for local
> burner-time/relativistic time dilation.  New folks are often on-time or only
> a few minutes late (aka "early"), so this is a good thing to have going on
> before y'all get into the nitty-gritty of the block-threatening (err,
> consensus) process.
> --
> Josh Myer 415.230.9791 <-- NOTE: New number!
>  josh at joshisanerd.com
>


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