[Noisebridge-discuss] Noisebridge residency
orenbeck at gmail.com
Thu Jan 2 06:00:30 UTC 2014
Ok- I've a history lesson to share as food for thought:
My childhood in Chicago had many GOOD experiences with building Caretakers
that were paid-in-part by having a room or more.
I lived/worked in places that had historically used the arrangement. Many
religious/fraternal buildings also have had live- in care persons. Folks-
the sleeping issue as Kryptonite and Shibboleth goes away "for defined
persons" If they are De Facto In AGENCY of some relevant sort!
The people who took these roles often were -or not lodge
members/church/temple etc members or just a trustworthy sometimes even
bonded person. The balance of trades included them having a space to live
for so long as all parties agreed with a clause of immediate vacate for the
building's protection. DO note that I cannot recall a single case of these
people ever breaking faith:>
They were essentially the agency of the building ownership, deputized to do
well defined functional acts including calling police etc. The Caretaker
and their FAMILIES- also either did or delegated tasks of light operational
needs collectively called Janitor/Custodian etc.
On Thu, Jan 2, 2014 at 1:06 PM, Simon C. Ion <ion.simon.c at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 01/01/2014 06:53 PM, Gregory Dillon wrote:
> > Asking for trouble.
> > Too many people are going to be sleeping at Noisebridge claiming that
> > they are the resident fixer and onsite 311.
> The issue of identity seems easy to fix. Give the resident fixer a badge
> and maintain a signed softcopy of the same (a key exists that would
> serve as a Noisebridge document signing key, yes?). The notion of onsite
> sleeping sounds a little crazy.
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