[Noisebridge-discuss] learning vs getting shit done
nick.locicero at gmail.com
Sun Jun 2 04:08:45 UTC 2013
I've been to several 12-step type spaces where they are very similar to
Noisebridge in that they are entirely member funded, have no
"professionals" running the place, etc. These places do much better
selling coffee to their members than having an entire kitchen. I'd much
rather see the kitchen go and have some cafe-coffee place like the one you
suggest. Even if it's just pay what you can for self-serve, on your honor
coffee. The idea works really well and the kitchen really pollutes the
space in my opinion. How does this sound?
On Sat, Jun 1, 2013 at 6:40 PM, Dan Cote <terminationshok at gmail.com> wrote:
> 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>
>> 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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