gagliardi.curtis at gmail.com
Wed Jan 8 00:56:09 UTC 2014
I think it's awesome that he just did it, I think we should embrace this
kind of experimentation as long as we're quick to put a stop to it if we
find it's problematic. I get the impression if it doesn't work out we
could probably flip them for a profit, so I don't think it's that major. I
share a lot of your concerns to be honest, but I'm excited that we're
trying it. I also think it's a good idea to play the long game and maybe
bring some money into the space vs a one time donation of electronics.
On Tue, Jan 7, 2014 at 4:38 PM, Johny Radio <johnyradio at gmail.com> wrote:
> Al, your enthusiasm and do-ocraticism is great, and Noisebridge is
> fortunate to have you around. I regret and retract my tone, if you will
> allow. Sorry about that.
> But, I do feel something very major was rushed into, without adequate
> public discussion of need, space, and money. A $500 item, when NB now has a
> negative cashflow, seems extravagent.
> If NB has $500 to spare, maybe other folks can think of higher priorities,
> given the chance. Maybe others already have requested items over the past
> couple years, and were turned down.
> I could not even get $10/month for electronics components. Ultimately,
> what's higher priority, what's more fundamental to Noisebridge: electronics
> components, or lockers?
> I have long supported the idea of a much smaller, fewer lockers, so i
> can stash my laptop when i go to dinner. But i feel the model you're
> creating is LONG-TERM storage of personal living items, not long-term
> storage of hacking projects.
> Sorry i feel that way. And i apologize for sounding harsh in my last
> message. You don't deserve that.
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