[Noisebridge-discuss] Entry & Security
jim at well.com
Fri Feb 10 21:38:45 PST 2012
please explain "rooster brigade".
* is it real?
* if so, who's in it?
* what's the schedule?
* what's the drill (what do roosters do)?
On Fri, 2012-02-10 at 21:32 -0800, Jake wrote:
> thats what the rooster brigade is for. if those people are asleep in the
> morning when the rooster shows up, they will be logged and eventually
> put on a list of people who regularly sleep at noisebridge.
> we're not shooting for 100% of anything right now, just trying to stem the
> tide which is diluting our precious natural fluids.
> On Fri, 10 Feb 2012, girlgeek wrote:
> > Jake,
> > I certainly wasn't criticizing the video. It's awesome.
> > But
> > Last meeting, with all that mass of members.....There were a half dozen
> > oogles on the couches, not hacking, not doing any harm. NO ONE (including
> > me) invited them to leave.
> > I had the distinct feeling that they were waiting for the place to clear out
> > so that they could get some sleep.
> > -Claudia
> > On 2/10/2012 5:17 PM, Jake wrote:
> >> the answer to your very valid question is that at least with the video at
> >> the door, people can make an informed decision whether to let someone in or
> >> not. If the person looking at the monitor decides that it's a fine time to
> >> invite a young oogle with his backpack & dog into the space, they can
> >> decide to buzz them in.
> >> if the person in the space doesn't think it's a good time, because there
> >> were recently problems with that sort of thing, they have the option of
> >> deciding not to buzz the person in.
> >> ants, being very social creatures, have a great method for deciding what
> >> food to bring home. When an ant finds a food they like, they bring it home
> >> (in their stomach) and leave a trail of tiny deposits of the food leading
> >> back to where they found it.
> >> When an ant is leaving the nest in search of food, they can sample the
> >> various trails leading away from the nest and use their own judgement as to
> >> which trails to follow, or which to ignore.
> >> We at noisebridge have the option to do the same; make our own decisions
> >> about who we let in, based on our own judgement and knowledge.
> >> By the way, please remember that the alternative to the video monitor is
> >> having ZERO visual information about who is buzzing the door.
> >> IT COULD BE THE COPS.
> >> -jake
> >> Claudia wrote:
> >> Excluding the couple of people who have been ostracized by consesus
> >> meeting......
> >> In the history of Noisebridge how many people have been refused entry?
> >> My guess is maybe 2.
> >> What about video at the door is going to convince anyone upstairs to
> >> refuse entry to a young oogle with his backpack & dog in tow?
> >> -Claudia
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