[Noisebridge-discuss] [SPAM] Re: Close noisebridge, to fix noisebridge
danny at spesh.com
Sat Jun 1 06:00:10 UTC 2013
Oh just to be specific here -- my proposal to shut the space doesn't
have the element of changing the locks (although if we were to consent
on a new access system, that would be a good time to switch over).
It's more about putting together a bunch of the projects that aren't
possible when the place is open -- and we've been open 24/7 for 4
years now, so there's a fair bunch of them, including some deep
cleaning, member shelves, any major re-organizing of the space.
Determining them I think is a matter of using a fairly standard
application process, and we'll go through them consensus to determine
which ones get used.
Link, I think your points about inclusivity is spot on, and I think
we''d have to be careful about that. We had a long conversation about
this after a meeting recently and this was definitely one of the big
concerns. I think it's addressable in how we approach it though.
One advantage is we can take as much time as we want to get the
details right: it's not something that would suddenly happen tomorrow.
We also have a little extra money in the bank at the moment, so it may
be possible to set aside some money for this as infrastructural
On Fri, May 31, 2013 at 11:02 AM, LinkReincarnate
<linkreincarnate at gmail.com> wrote:
> Mik you hit the nail on the head with the problem I had with this proposal.
> It seems less about making the space awesome and more about kicking out
> certain classes of people than anything else. Martin your Idea is all well
> and good but I am an official member with voting rights and everything. I
> will tell you now that unless you address my concerns about inclusion; how
> it's determined and its fairness I will block this. If only because I don't
> want to see noisebridge become a prejudgdmental mess.
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