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Wed Apr 16 16:37:52 UTC 2014
Indeed. That's because a one-time "enforcement" is a lot easier to
make happen than an ongoing policing.
You're not going to want half of Noisebridge becoming enforcers on a
On Wed, Apr 16, 2014 at 9:08 AM, Gregory Dillon <gregorydillon at gmail.com> wrote:
> There has been no consensus that it would be enforced. But the
> conversation has tended to that if talk, education and encouragement does
> not, that a do-ocracy movement to dissemble the kitchen would have
> widespread community legitimacy.
> On Wed, Apr 16, 2014 at 8:37 AM, Norman Bradley <pryankster at gmail.com>
>> Just how would this be enforced?
>> You are entitled to your own opinion.
>> You are NOT entitled to your own facts.
>> On 4/15/2014 7:55 PM, Garrett Smith wrote:
>>> On 4/15/14, davidfine <d at vidfine.com> wrote:
>>>> Shame on you all for turning this into a policy discussion! Here's my
>>>> proposal: inspecting the kitchen every day for a week stating Monday.
>>>> If on average it a health hazard, it will be fixed with a sledge hammer.
>>>> Discuss, or don't. Sledge hammer doesn't care.
>>> A few ideas:
>>> Kitchen closed at 9:00 PM. At that time, anyone who'd been using the
>>> kitchen prior is responsible for cleaning the remaining mess.
>>> Check-in/check-out policy:
>>> Anyone using the kitchen requires a check out.
>>> Sign up/registration for use:
>>> Cooking is available for approved individuals, via wiki sponsorship or
>>> meeting approval.
>>> Those are a few ideas.
>>> NB could with a clean slate, and clean kitchen by hiring help or
>>> having a clean-a-thon.
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