[Noisebridge-discuss] I want NoiseBridge to change.

Crutcher Dunnavant crutcher at gmail.com
Mon Feb 20 23:26:39 PST 2012


"Care extra special hard" is not a solution. We've had these problems
in oscillation since we moved into our current digs; and I believe
they're a structural problem caused by the interaction of our scale
and our government system. I'm tired of this nonsense. I'd like to fix
it.

That's the question I'm asking the existing membership; are we willing
to actually change the structure of noisebridge?

There've been many proposals put forth. Is there will to make them
happen? do we have even rough consensus that we want to?

On Mon, Feb 20, 2012 at 8:33 PM, Wladyslaw Zbikowski
<embeddedlinuxguy at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Feb 20, 2012 at 6:36 PM, Crutcher Dunnavant <crutcher at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Instead, I'm going to ask, who else wants it to change?
>
> I do. Crutcher, I encourage you to talk with specific people you see
> at the space who you have concerns about. If it's a clear case of
> someone who shouldn't be there, ask them to leave. If it's not clear,
> talk to others you trust and try to build a clearer picture before
> confronting them. If no one else has an opinion, post to the 85 page
> and start a discussion. It's not an instant process, but in the past
> four days I have seen a marked increase in the hacker-to-slacker
> ratio, especially at night. We have a ways to go, but the main thing
> we need right now is more good people on site at all hours, to
> displace the bad.
>
> This is your space; hackers have priority here. If someone is using a
> couch or a table to clean out their marijuana jars and you'd like to
> use it, tell them to move the fuck aside or get the fuck out. You're
> not doing anyone any favors by politely pretending their presence is
> not a problem.



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Crutcher Dunnavant <crutcher at gmail.com>


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