asweigart at gmail.com
Thu Mar 27 19:37:36 UTC 2014
Lane, I'm really sorry you feel this way. I share your frustration about
Noisebridge. I hope Noisebridge can regain a reputation of hacking instead
of a place that actively prevents itself from solving its squatter, theft,
and drug-selling problems.
On Thu, Mar 27, 2014 at 11:53 AM, Lane Copley <lcopley at gmail.com> wrote:
> As a sensitive soul, I have to leave this discussion list for safer
> I wish you all luck in rescuing the good idea that was NB from all it
> currently is.
> Seriously, and I mean no troll at all (I know things do not sound nice in
> email) I would not want to live in a neighborhood where I could not keep my
> family from homeless drug addicts. There are people and programs for that
> developed for that purpose. NB was never intended to be a crash pad for
> junkies. The mere idea that the unexcellent existence of this type of
> non-hacker activity in a hacker-activity space is anathema to me. The fact
> that it has been allowed and encouraged is pretty crazy. The fact that
> using consensus in the face of reason to actively block attempts to make a
> safe space is reprehensible.
> I hope intelligence and good will among NB members will triumph. I don't
> have enough invested here to try.
> Nobody listened to Cassandra, either.
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