[Noisebridge-discuss] learning vs getting shit done

Dan Cote terminationshok at gmail.com
Sun Jun 2 01:40:25 UTC 2013


I wouldn't mind having a slightly more serious working area, physically
separate from the rest of the space. I'm thinking of a coffee shop style
area. Anyone care to start an rfc for such an area? Is there a pattern for
starting RFCs on the wiki?
On Jun 1, 2013 9:32 AM, "Robert "Finny" Merrill" <rfmerrill at berkeley.edu>
wrote:

> So one of the primary complaints that people have about NB is that you
> can't get work done without people coming up to you and asking you
> tons of questions about what you're doing.
>
> I think this is a result of the fact that many of the events that
> introduce people to the space are learning-type events (CHM, other
> classes etc), and as such people tend to (initially, at least) think
> of NB as a learning environment.
>
> nb-as-learning-space and nb-as-getting-shit-done-space are not
> entirely opposed but do have some opposing features, so I think we
> should keep that in mind and come to a conscious decision on how we
> want to balance the two.
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