[Noisebridge-discuss] why would hackers come to noisebridge?
asweigart at gmail.com
Thu Mar 13 17:02:26 UTC 2014
:) Sudoroom can poach all they want.
But I will say this: people like to talk about this "golden age" of "how
Noisebridge used to be" in the same ways that people fawn over Ronald
Reagan. I've been a member of Noisebridge for five years and can say this:
it's easy for any organization to function when it's just twenty or thirty
people. And from the mailing list, I see that Sudoroom is having a few of
the same problems that Noisebridge had when it started getting larger. So
don't toot your Moog quite yet.
I think it's obvious that five years of "just be excellent" hasn't worked
out, and that active management by both the board and the members is needed.
On Thu, Mar 13, 2014 at 9:53 AM, The Batkid <batkid at gmx.com> wrote:
> It makes me both sad and angry that noisebridge has become a place
> where hackers don't feel welcome.
> If anyone wants to help build a hackerspace similar to what
> noisebridge used to be, I invite you all too come join sudo room in
> oakland as we prepare to move to a much bigger space (a space very
> similar to noisebridge's current space!). We have open meetings every
> Wednesday at 7 pm at 22nd and Broadway, located just two blocks from
> 19th street BART.
> You make me sad.
> No poaching!
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> Noisebridge-discuss at lists.noisebridge.net
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