[Noisebridge-discuss] Cynthia and "Asian" Reference
will.sargent at gmail.com
Fri Feb 3 08:17:32 PST 2012
> Which, yes, means some agreed-upon set of "rules", which is a concept I
> gather a lot of people in spaces like this don't like. But it certainly
> beats the hell out of having strong personalities impose their own rules by
> sheer force of will. (Social Contract 101 here.) Or veering off into the
> opposite extreme of heavy-handed rules (eg, aspects of the "geek feminist"
> policy) because "no rules" was tried and didn't work.
Noisebridge has a social contract: be excellent. There are no rules or
policies, just broadly agreed social norms.
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