asweigart at gmail.com
Tue Jan 7 23:39:33 UTC 2014
Your questions have been added to the Locker FAQ:
On Tue, Jan 7, 2014 at 12:33 PM, Johny Radio <johnyradio at gmail.com> wrote:
> Al, you're awesome for donating a $500 purchase to Noisebridge. Maybe.
> I see some major problems with these lockers:
> - For something that takes up so much space, there was *little
> pre-discussion*, Mr. Al "why is JC altering the space without
> consensus?" Sweigert. They really take up a lot of space.
> - What are lockers good for? I cannot put a project in there: a
> project needs a SHELF. These are gym-style lockers. Gym-style lockers are
> good for: clothes, towels, and backpacks.
> *Why do people need to store clothes, towels, and backpacks at
> Noisebridge? *
> - *Why does the $1 rental fee go to Al?* If, as your sign says, the
> money is going to Noisebridge, then i'll pay my $1 to Noisebridge. What's
> that you say? Noisebridge has no way for donors to SPECIFY what their money
> is for? Exactly-- that's a problem. But I'm not comfortable paying money
> meant for Noisebridge to some member. Paying Noisebridge fees to a Member's
> private paypal or back-pocket is NOT fiscal transparency.
> - *You really don't want to get paid back, Al?* $500 is a lot of
> money. Of course, you would not *expect *to get paid back for a
> purchase you made without community agreement to pay for it, right? Just
> making sure.
> - *Why so many?* There are a LOT of lockers. The Noisebridge
> squatters must be lovin' it.
> If you have to police the space, you're already doing it wrong.
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