[Noisebridge-discuss] Attention everyone: Hacker Alley is being hacked!

jim jim at systemateka.com
Thu Feb 9 21:33:57 PST 2012


    Thanks for the reply. 
    It would help if you were more clear about what 
you're doing. For instance, 
    I don't know what you mean by "hacker alley". If 
it's the space behind the free standing row of member 
shelves, I know there are some member shelves (or 
remains from member shelves) on the shelves against 
the south wall. 
    Of course, I don't know that's what you mean. Do 
you mean the area to the east of the member shelves? 

    Noisebridge people have generally allowed at least 
one week to elapse between announcements or proposals 
and action. The reason is that many people do not 
come to the Noisebridge space on a weekly basis. 
    Nice to know of photographs, thanks for that info. 

    On the other hand, no thanks for the snide tone of 
your penultimate sentence. I responded to your posting 
when I first saw it, and it seems to me I was polite 
and not inappropriate in wanting to know more 
particularly what you're up to and wishing to protect 
my stuff, some of which has already been lost in the 
previous group effort. 
    Play nice, please. 




On Thu, 2012-02-09 at 21:21 -0800, Justin Doerr wrote:
> Jim I've been an active nonmember of this space for over a year, I am
> aware of hacker alley as the area adjacent to the member shelves. All
> in all, I think waiting until Monday night is more than fair. If you
> haven't made a decision after 5 days on whether or not you want
> something from the e-waste pile then I apologize for any grief you may
> experience. There will also be photographs provided, for
> e-participants to decide from whether or not they want something. So
> far that pile is very huge. But so is the massive amount of progress.
> Therefore if anything further perturbs you about it, you are welcome
> to undo our doocratic efforts in person, or have someone you know come
> and undo it. Peace be unto you. :-)
> 
> Oh and.... NO member shelves were harmed in the process of rearranging
> Hacker Alley. 
> 
> On Feb 9, 2012 8:20 PM, "Jared Dunne" <jareddunne at gmail.com> wrote:
>         Please don't hack my member shelf.  It's been hacked enough in
>         the last month.
>         
>         https://www.noisebridge.net/wiki/User:Jared#My_Member_Shelf
>         
>         j-
>         
>         On Thu, Feb 9, 2012 at 10:38 AM, Justin Doerr
>         <justinsfca at gmail.com> wrote:
>                 So. I'm collaborating with a bunch of other
>                 individuals who want to help me reorganize an area of
>                 the space. Things are going to be a bit messy for just
>                 a short period of time. I am personally taking some
>                 but not all responsibility of providing some influence
>                 for others to help me, because I'm being ballsy and
>                 I'm sick and tired of hearing people complaining about
>                 it being too cluttery and things being too
>                 disorganized even for myself to be able to find
>                 anything I'm actually looking for. We've got sharpies
>                 and masking tape, and we're labeling stuff and bein'
>                 all organized and sheeit this time around.. By
>                 tomorrow everything should be finished.
>                 
>                 I am communicating to everyone. We've already started
>                 throwing things in or around the E-waste bin 
>                 All of the stuff that we have dumped into the E-waste
>                 bin is mostly cords, and other stuff that we as
>                 individuals within this group that have participated
>                 in this giant task, feel aren't important, moreover
>                 feel as if it's all extraneous junk. For those of you
>                 who care, we are moving forward and not stopping. Keep
>                 in mind we don't hate you, we hate the clutter. 
>                 
>                 So please bear with me for a day or so while others
>                 and I go home, and get some rest. It's a lofty goal,
>                 but can be done!!! I've sort of cleared everything for
>                 the purposes of moving around more freely. Once
>                 everything is organized, our next course of action is
>                 to leave all of the clutter from the E-waste in the
>                 E-Waste designated area next to the elevator, of in
>                 which you as an individual can feel free to go
>                 through. Otherwise, reply to the discuss list . We are
>                 providing everyone until MONDAY THE 13TH TO COMPLY
>                 with us in person OR contact the discuss list/me
>                 personally at this email address if you are aware of a
>                 specific item that you do not want to be disposed of..
>                 I will happily follow up with anyone and everyone
>                 about this. Thank you and enjoy the rest of your
>                 day. ;-)
>                 
>                 -Justin Patrick Doer-r.
>                 
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