[Noisebridge-discuss] Meeting Notes 2013 11 12 - slightly abridged
lee at lee.org
Thu Nov 14 00:37:42 UTC 2013
It seems extreme to force all members to publicly identify themselves on
the public wiki. Is there a problem with using the membership binder in the
On Wed, Nov 13, 2013 at 2:05 PM, jarrod hicks <hicksu at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello ya'll. Here are the highlights from last nights meeting.
> A. Folks are putting together a new hackerspace in SF. Join us on
> #sfhackerspace on Freenode.
> B. Alex Gudkov has just signed a lease on a 3500 sq ft space at Mission &
> 6th, perhaps for use hacking, or as a coop. Get in touch!
> Consensus proposals from last week:
> A. We discussed JC's proposal to secure the space. We agreed the following:
> "It should be possible to secure Noisebridge when not in use. Noisebridge
> should be secured when not in use. All Noisebridge Members and Associate
> Members should have access to Noisebridge."
> We decided to form a cabal to work on the details, and actually build
> this. We noted that we haven't decided to spend money on this, just agreed
> on the principle.
> B. We discussed Tom's proposal to make the list of members public. We
> agreed the following:
> "It shall not a secret whether a person is Member of Noisebridge. It shall
> be the responsibility of each member to identify themself as a member by
> adding the Category:Members to their wiki user page. Until a Member so
> identifies, they shall not be entitled to any privilege of Noisebridge
> Membership. Likewise, if a member is on Membership/Hiatus, they must
> indicate this by adding the Category:Hiatus to their wiki user page; this
> method of so identifying shall replace any other notification requirement
> for going on and coming off hiatus. Although it shall generally be a
> responsibility shared by all members to ensure that this category of
> identification is used correctly, in cases where its use is disputed,
> Noisebridge's secretary shall be the final arbiter."
> Consensus Proposals for next week
> A. "As a result of our prior conversation, we collectively propose: If a
> member has not identified themself as such by adding the Category:Members
> to their wiki user page by $DATE, they shall no longer be a member of
> B. Tom proposes that:
> "If a paper membership application has been in the binder for more than
> twelve weeks, that application should be discarded. If that person still
> wants to become a member, they must start the application process over from
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