[Noisebridge-discuss] Becoming an Associate Member
Jeffrey Carl Faden
jeffreyatw at gmail.com
Wed Oct 30 16:07:30 UTC 2013
I'd like some clarification on where I stand with my classes at Noisebridge. According to the proposal, I will need to have an Associate Member or Member sponsor me while I am in the space, as well as all of my students. But of course, it might just be easier to become an Associate Member so I can vouch for students myself.
(On the main page of the Noisebridge wiki, but not as part of the proposal, it's stated that all scheduled classes and events are always free and open to attend - but since that doesn't seem to have been consented upon, I'd like to do things the official way).
So my question is... how can I tell who's a Member? I guess I start with asking a Docent (are Docents always Members or Associate Members?). Would you say that four Members are in the space at any given time?
Do I have to wait four weeks (four meetings) for my application to go through? I'm aware that Associate Membership doesn't require consensus, but I don't know if the waiting period still applies.
If I can make an assumption, I'm sure it will be no problem for me to remain welcome at the space as all I do is come and teach. But I'd like to go by the rules - it'll help me find out if this new system is actually enforceable and realistic.
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