[Noisebridge-discuss] To the @#$er that broke into my member shelf...
gnnrok at gmail.com
Fri Mar 22 04:23:53 UTC 2013
Out of ignorance, what do you feel is the differences physically,
culturally etc that allowed this at the previous location and not now
On Thu, Mar 21, 2013 at 9:20 PM, Seth David Schoen <schoen at loyalty.org>wrote:
> 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.
> Seth David Schoen <schoen at loyalty.org> | No haiku patents
> http://www.loyalty.org/~schoen/ | means I've no incentive to
> FD9A6AA28193A9F03D4BF4ADC11B36DC9C7DD150 | -- Don Marti
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