[Noisebridge-discuss] two signatures to be "in the space", four signatures to be Associate Member

Norman Bradley pryankster at gmail.com
Fri Nov 1 05:23:20 UTC 2013


Jake if you could "distill' all of this and post a how to it would be 
wonderful. I'm just trying to do what I have been doing.

You are entitled to your own opinion.
You are NOT entitled to your own facts.

Norman

On 10/31/2013 8:34 PM, Jake wrote:
> Norman,
>
> it takes four signatures to become an associate member, but it only 
> requires two signatures to be allowed in the space without an escort, 
> according to the original consensus item that made the space members 
> and their guests only.  See 
> https://noisebridge.net/wiki/Meeting_Notes_2013_10_08
>
>  For a trial period of 3 months, Noisebridge shall be open, from 23:00 to
>  10:00, only to Members, guests of those Members present in the space, 
> and
>  those people with two Member endorsements in the membership binder...
>  Discussed at length.
>  Consensed, Kevin and Jon stand aside.
>
> I agree that it is confusing for people who have not read and learned 
> about the various consensus items.  I am going to try to find time to 
> write more clarifications and propose tuning amendments to improve the 
> language of the latest consensus item, which was passed without me 
> present.
>
> -jake
>
> Norman Bradley wrote:
>
> 4 signatures.
>
> You are entitled to your own opinion.
> You are NOT entitled to your own facts.
>
> Norman
>
> On 10/31/2013 1:29 PM, Jake wrote:
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>>
>> why are you imagining being asked to leave?  if you like noisebridge,
>> will you consider signing up to be an associate member?
>>
>> you only need two signatures on your application (by members) before
>> you are allowed in the space any time without an escort.
>>
>> once you have four signatures, you're an associate member and can
>> sponsor other people to be in the space.
>>
>> it's really not that hard.  I'll sponsor you right now.  with this post.
>>
>> - -jake
>
>



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