[Noisebridge-discuss] why would hackers come to noisebridge?

Romy Snowyla romy at snowyla.com
Fri Mar 7 16:00:21 UTC 2014


Oh gee it's not that bad. Garett & Jeffrey are hosting workshops that are quite excellent. People do stuff. They cook. 

The best solution is for every hacker to show Up and do a collaborative hack attack with their physical presence

I'm bringing in the art by starting the male figure drawing workshops by the end of March 

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> KOn Mar 6, 2014, at 7:13 PM, Dana <dana-lists at sonic.net> wrote:
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>> On 2014-03-05 15:25, Ronald Cotoni wrote:
>> Right, we need more people around all the time.  That is basically
>> the solution to everything.  I would like to possibly propose that we
>> setup a scheduling system where we can ensure 24 hour coverage of the
>> space.  If we can't get 24 hour coverage, we need to figure out a way
>> to deal with those situations.  I like having the space open but
>> having the space open with no one excellent there is pretty much not
>> excellent.
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> +1 I think community/human solutions have worked best at improving NB's troubles, but how do we sustain them? They come in fits and starts (rebase, docents, cleaning, coming by at early hours), but are very challenging and tedious, it's easy to get discouraged and burn out.
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> Whatever of the state of the space, new people hear about Noisebridge and come by to learn from classes and workshops, which are excellent and I think more isolated from a lot of drama. Lately I worry that even classes are threatened because infrastructure has decayed to the point where hosting a workshop is a challenge. You no longer know if there will be a working bathroom, a stable internet connection or a roll of solder (and it's frustrating to donate parts or dedicate time to fix things when they go missing or are left in disarray the next time you come by).
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