[Noisebridge-discuss] Cooking in the space

Jeffrey Carl Faden jeffreyatw at gmail.com
Tue Apr 1 06:21:36 UTC 2014


I don't believe Noisebridge needs a kitchen for that reason.


People are messy and leave pots, pans, glasses, silverware, etc. all over the place. If, like many offices that have kitchens, it was professionally regularly cleaned, then maybe it would better serve people who are "hackers" (an impossible distinction to make). It's one thing for well-meaning people to use the kitchen and go back to doing what they were doing, it's another to get them to reliably clean it when done.





In the kitchen's current state, it only seems to be used by and for people who otherwise don't have access to kitchens for non-hacking purposes. I do not believe this benefits or furthers the cause of the space at all.





Bring back the oyster mushroom shelves. Let's pickle some stuff that shouldn't be pickled. Skittle vodka. But since no one is jumping on some real opportunities, I think the space could be better used for non-food-related tools and projects.




P.S. I taught my class around the corner from the kitchen this evening and someone burned the fuck out of

some meat. It was smoky and smelled horrible. My students were visibly uncomfortable.
Jeffrey

On Mon, Mar 31, 2014 at 8:31 PM, spinach williams
<spinach.williams at gmail.com> wrote:

> On Mar 31, 2014 8:21 PM, "Al Sweigart" <asweigart at gmail.com> wrote:
>>the kitchen is sole cause of the huge rodent problem at Noisebridge, I
> don't see why Noisebridge continues to have a full kitchen with stove.
> (Actually, yes I do. Because consensus prevents any attempt to remove or
> regulate it.
> could be some folks like having a kitchen? folks dig cooking for themselves
> to fuel their all day hacking rather than spending cash on prepared meals?
> usually when i go, it's hackers using the kitchen, when taking a needed
> break from their projects. why so eager to take away people's say in the
> space, anyway?
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