[Noisebridge-discuss] circuit hacking equipment funds jar - something that might work
asweigart at gmail.com
Tue Jan 25 10:09:15 PST 2011
In the past when money has been needed for a specific item or event,
people usually take it upon themselves to buy things or give money to
someone who will buy them. The reason we aren't implementing directed
donations now is that it would add to the work duties of the treasurer
and co (nonprofits have certain accounting rules that they must follow
for this). Also, it would be a bit confusing and cluttered to have a
dozen or so different donation jars for different purposes.
On Tue, Jan 25, 2011 at 8:50 AM, jim <jim at systemateka.com> wrote:
> sounds good to me. i s'pose those who're interested
> in some particular purpose might do that.
> On Tue, 2011-01-25 at 01:26 -0800, Patrick Keys wrote:
>> To back away one step from the "we need a multimeter problem", one
>> approach that seems to consistently works at Noisebridge is donations
>> jars with a dedicated purpose. whereas the big clear acrylic cube is
>> for general noisebridge funds, dedicated jars clearly labeled also seem
>> to work for tastebridge, snack funds, and drink funds (drink funds go in
>> the vending machine, not a jar, but it's the same concept).
>> setting up a "circuit hacking equipment fund" donations jar that is
>> clearly labeld and has its own wiki page explaining that donations are
>> specifically for purchasing more circuit hacking equipment might be a
>> good idea. a few bucks here and there in donations and there'd be money
>> to fund the multimeter and other projects in no time. somebody just
>> needs to take the initiative to pioneer such a project.
>> just an idea.
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