[Noisebridge-discuss] A modest proposal.
daravinne at gmail.com
Thu Feb 9 12:19:01 PST 2012
if you accompanied "member" hours with a timed keypad lock at the TOP
DOOR (not the bottom door at the street, the door at the top of the
stairs) it would be disturbingly easy to simply not let people into
the space after the keypad lock autolocks, and disturbingly easy to
kick people off the stairs because its obviously a fire hazard and
safety risk. the lock would be open during daytime hours, but after
it locks, if you don't have the code and you leave or are kicked out,
you're not coming back in unless someone else knows you and lets you
On Thu, Feb 9, 2012 at 12:13 PM, Shannon Lee <shannon at scatter.com> wrote:
> I believe there was at least one threat to block any sort of "member hours."
> That said, I am in 100% support of Member Hours -- after 10pm and before
> 8am, only members and their guests (eg, people who are actually there with
> users that time); we can certainly organize a 10pm "everybody out" team.
> On Thu, Feb 9, 2012 at 11:51 AM, Will Sargent <will.sargent at gmail.com>
>>> Like many proposals currently being kicked around, this is perfectly
>>> reasonable one, which has been somewhat discussed to death in previous
>>> rounds. A lot of NB members really like it being open late, and it's one of
>>> the things that a lot of people want to keep that there's somewhere in San
>>> Francisco where you can hold a soldering class at 4AM.
>>> It, and the related one of it being members-only after hours gets
>>> discussed a lot in meeting, carefully considered, and then rejected.
>>> I know, we is crazy. But we're very picky in what craziness we want.
>> I don't remember anyone rejecting or moving to block it, and I don't see
>> anything in the notes about it. There was a "well, the community wouldn't
>> go for it" -- but that's a self fulfilling prophecy in that it shuts down
>> discussion of "unacceptable" topics. Case in point -- no-one thought we
>> could get consensus on banning Patrick at the time, but I saw over 30 people
>> in the room that night and everyone was on-board -- philosophically
>> disgusted, maybe, but on-board.
>> Noisebridge may be crazy, but it does act in the furtherance of having a
>> good time.
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