[Noisebridge-discuss] Rooster watch, round 1 (documenting sleepers at NB)
everfalling at gmail.com
Thu Feb 2 18:30:34 PST 2012
we should rig all the couches with pressure sensors that detect how long
someone is sitting on the couch without moving (ie: sleeping). After a
certain amount of time this should trigger an air horn. All you would need
to do to thwart this would be to shift your weight around a little while
sitting. Although this might not work for sleepers who are especially
restless. still. air horn. it could be fun.
On Thu, Feb 2, 2012 at 6:24 PM, Kelly <hurtstotouchfire at gmail.com> wrote:
> I agree that those things might help! Go for it!
> On Feb 2, 2012 4:25 PM, "Tao Neuendorffer Flaherty" <
> neuendorffer at googlemail.com> wrote:
>> I think the best thing to do is to put up signs! I slept on the couch of
>> the CS lounge in college; how would I know not to do that here?
>> Noisebridge is a place for action; come here any time or day or night to
>> construction. Do not turn the lights out and sleep; that's very bad for the
>> energetic atmosphere.
>> Have folders or bulletin boards where we can all recommend other local
>> places for getting food or a nap.
>> Tao Flaherty
>> On Feb 2, 2012, at 15:42, Christina Olson <daravinne at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > uh, wat. talking directly to people who are actively sleeping at the
>> > moment is one thing, but calculated gathering of data, whether
>> > photographs, descriptions, or lists of belongings, without permission
>> > is a completely different thing. this is a privacy invasion and a
>> > witch hunt. i do not support this.
>> > PS plz append [drama] tag as necessary kthx
>> > On Thu, Feb 2, 2012 at 1:39 PM, Kelly <hurtstotouchfire at gmail.com>
>> >> Hi noisefolks,
>> >> Since the sleeper controversy seems to be especially problematic
>> >> lately, I'm trying to coordinate some data collection about the
>> >> sleeping problem. Clearly, once we can graph the problem, it will be
>> >> solvable.
>> >> https://www.noisebridge.net/wiki/Rooster_Brigade
>> >> I've made a wiki page for the Rooster Brigade, a volunteer group of
>> >> noisebridgers who are willing to stand up (or sit down and type) and
>> >> name people who are sleeping at Noisebridge. The goal of this effort
>> >> is partly so daytime noisebridgers can learn about the nocturnal
>> >> community, but also so that the nocturnal community can learn about
>> >> the goals of the larger community. Hopefully if we pool our collective
>> >> knowledge about frustrating confrontations and habitual sleepers, some
>> >> sort of consensus can arise about how to address the problem.
>> >> Here's how you can help!
>> >> 1. If you see someone sleeping at noisebridge, find out who they are.
>> >> This can be accomplished by asking others in the space, photographing
>> >> them and asking someone later, or waking them and asking yourself.
>> >> 2. Write their name on the wiki on the day and time you encountered
>> >> them sleeping. A brief description of the situation is also helpful.
>> >> Were they faceplanted in a soldering iron? Did they have a sleeping
>> >> bag, luggage or houseplants?
>> >> Thanks very much for your participation. When we have enough data, I
>> >> will fit it to a general linear model and we can all argue about
>> >> correcting for multiple comparisons.
>> >> -Kelly
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