[Noisebridge-discuss] Paid for cleaners, have they ever come by the space?

gnnr gnnrok at gmail.com
Tue Nov 22 21:22:20 PST 2011


Hey,

Problem solved for 3 months!

We consented on a new cleaning plan. 

Wills service continues to come bi weekly

Rob Chu manages de-cluttering bi weekly with budget 
for pizza/supplies

Ben M. will organize in-depth cleaning bi weekly

There's also a prize box where you can leave something
for the people who participate on a cleaning day. There 
you can leave something as a token for their excellence

https://www.noisebridge.net/wiki/Cleaning

Gavin

On Nov 22, 2011, at 7:24 PM, Christina Olson wrote:

> Look, people are lazy shitfucks.  If you want people to clean the
> space, you're going to have to bribe them outright.
> 
> I propose a system whereby people who clean the space get rewarded
> proportionally to the amount/type of cleaning they do.  The reward HAS
> to be something meaningful and/or tangible, no one is going to clean
> the bathroom in exchange for a Certificate of Excellence or something
> because that's going to lose its shine pretty fast.  In fact, we could
> have a set of reward options because not everyone will want the same
> thing, and we want a wide range of people to be motivated to do the
> work.
> 
> Now for the crowdsourcing:  What would YOU want in exchange for
> cleaning parts of Noisebridge? What would you feel is fair for
> cleaning the kitchen or bathroom? What would it take to get the floor
> swept or the soldering stations tidied?  Be realistic but don't
> exclude monetary compensation (I'm curious as to what percentage of
> you would require cold hard cash).
> 
> I also support adding signage saying things like "This Isn't Your
> Mom's Basement, Clean Up After Yourself" and "Someday We'll Have
> Nanotech But Right Now You Still Have To Put Away What You Take Out"
> etc.
> 
> 
> On Tue, Nov 22, 2011 at 5:33 PM, Rubin Abdi <rubin at starset.net> wrote:
>> William Sargent wrote, On 2011-11-22 17:26:
>>> Meanwhile, the last fund raising party resulted in a random hacker
>>> being sent to Singapore at a cost of thousands of dollars based on
>>> several rounds of Roshambo.
>> 
>> Horribly incorrect. Our 2 year party, where we did send a random hacker
>> to Singapore was entirely driven by a jar getting filled with cash at
>> the door. Noisebridge burnt no money on this venture other than the
>> power we used to run the projector that night. This was not a
>> fundraising party, particular not for the space. We did get a lot of new
>> face in though.
>> 
>>> If you're worried about protecting Noisebridge's money, there are
>>> better places to start.
>> 
>> I'm not. What I'm more concerned with is putting money to good use
>> that's beneficial for the community. And what better place to start than
>> through spending efforts via our consensus process?
>> 
>> --
>> Rubin
>> rubin at starset.net
>> 
>> 
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