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

Seth David Schoen schoen at loyalty.org
Fri Mar 22 04:20:26 UTC 2013


Martin Bogomolni writes:

> 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.

Furthermore, you wouldn't have had to at the old Noisebridge at 83C.
I routinely left my laptop unattended on a table there while I (say)
went out to Big Lantern or Mariachi's for an hour.

I think it's a serious problem that, even leaving those other
hackerspaces aside, we can't have the trust in Noisebridge that we
used to have in Noisebridge itself.

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     http://www.loyalty.org/~schoen/        |  means I've no incentive to
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