[Noisebridge-discuss] A modest proposal.
daravinne at gmail.com
Thu Feb 9 12:26:25 PST 2012
and let me point out that i would like to be on the team of people to
try and implement this. *coughShannonWillcough*
On Thu, Feb 9, 2012 at 12:19 PM, Christina Olson <daravinne at gmail.com> wrote:
> 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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