[Noisebridge-discuss] Solve the money problem, the transient problem and the too-much-stuff problem at the same time
h.zeller at acm.org
Thu Jun 6 00:36:54 UTC 2013
On 5 June 2013 17:22, rhodey <rhodey at anhonesteffort.org> wrote:
> Turning Noisebridge into a manufacturing facility could certainly help
> busy "idle hands" and provide another source of income :D
> But manufacturing facilities are usually lame and (in my experience) not
> conducive to hacking D:
> Someone coming into the space with the intention of being told what to
> do with their time sounds very much like an employee, which means there
> must be a boss of sorts, which is always lame -__-
Well, I think the original idea is to get people started hacking. Some
people 'want to do something', but don't really have a good idea what to
do, how to get started etc. Having a list of ideas to choose from using
stuff from the space is probably helping people getting started.
Whether things are sellable is another question - there might not be many
external people interested in it; but at least filling shelves with some
'less entropy' devices might already be good.
> -- rhodey
> On 06/05/2013 10:09 AM, Robert "Finny" Merrill wrote:
> > Three observations:
> > 1. The component racks are crazy-full of stuff nobody uses
> > 2. There are people who sit around noisebridge with nothing to do and
> > people don't like this
> > 3. Noisebridge is strapped for cash
> > SOLUTION: Devise something useful/shiny that can be built mostly or
> > entirely with the rarely-used components, have the idle hands assemble
> > them, then sell them for the benefit of the space.
> > For example: Something which requires a lot of resistors but is fairly
> > flexible on what value resistor you use. Like something with a lot of
> > LEDs on it.
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