[Noisebridge-discuss] To the @#$er that broke into my member shelf...

Gavin Knight gnnrok at gmail.com
Fri Mar 22 04:12:42 UTC 2013

It's frustrating I know but an open door policy in an area of the mission
where a lot of people are struggling, just makes it difficult to assume the
peace of mind to leave items around.

Is it possible that some of these spaces benefit from a more secure
location, and less inviting policies?

I've only met you a few times, and it sucks that your stuff was stolen.
Maybe we as a community can find replacements for the replaceable things as
a gesture to get you back in the space.

On Thu, Mar 21, 2013 at 8:51 PM, Martin Bogomolni <martinbogo at gmail.com>wrote:

> >> ... My advice is to take proactive measures on a personal level, and
> not leave valuables at noisebridge. ...
> Frankly, if that's how NB needs to operate, it's broken almost beyond
> repair as a hackerspace.  Seriously.
> I made a partially armored locker out of my shelf.   Sure, I didn't
> bolt the hasp from the inside, and I didn't even use much of a padlock
> on it.    The point is that I shouldn't HAVE to.
> I don't have to at HackerDojo, or
> ... ATX Hackerspace
> ... NYC Resistor
> ... HeatSync Labs
> ... Pumping Station One
> ... MITERS
> ... Crash Space
> ... CCC, even in the middle of one of their events.
> So why should I expect LESS at NoiseBridge?   Look at it for face
> value.  This shouldn't be the normal state of things, especially not
> the normal state of a place that ostensibly promotes the kinds of
> things a hackerspace is supposed to be about.
> -M
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