[Noisebridge-discuss] Tomorrow night's meeting [Oh you know if it's me it's drama]
justinsfca at gmail.com
Mon Apr 9 21:01:26 PDT 2012
I definitely understand where you are coming from. I don't have as much of
an interest as I used to in dragging my personal relations onto a public
forum for everyone to see, however I feel I am left in an awkward position
where I have no means of defending myself unless I voice my opinion
publicly. Pulling Robert aside to talk privately about a problematic
situation has been done before by me on numerous occasions. I feel like I'm
dealing with a Kindergartner. Just try having a conversation in private
with him involving any sort of criticism, be it constructive or destructive
and just see what happens, and you'll know precisely what I'm talking
about. I am very comfortable with the idea of mediation either immediately
before or after the meeting, but the point I'm making is that I've been
disrespected enough to the point where I don't care how Robert feels and if
he feels uncomfortable then I don't know what to tell him, other than "I'm
sorry you feel that way." I can't wait around for him to get over something
and refuse to cooperate when all I honestly want to do is come back and
hack and be productive in taking advantage of all that NB has to offer, as
opposed to instigating drama. It isn't Robert's position for him to be
commanding whether I stay or go, because it isn't his home, it's a public
space. I'm not trying to be an asshole. I'm just done with our drama and
the way I feel I am being treated as a result of all of it. Meetings to me,
as opposed to any other time at Noisebridge, are the best way to get
whatever personal problems I'm having with any issues at all off of my
chest. No hard feelings btw. Just voicing.
On Apr 9, 2012 8:05 PM, "Gavin Knight" <gnnrok at gmail.com> wrote:
> As I remember, it was discussed that you would finish mediation before
> trying to
> come back to the meetings.
> I trust that, although you would like to share your thoughts about the
> events, you realize that
> this situation is between you and Robert, and rehashing this in a
> noisebridge does not solve
> the dispute.
> Maybe alternatively you could schedule the mediation before or after the
> meeting, and figure
> out a solution that way.
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