h.zeller at acm.org
Tue Nov 11 19:51:58 UTC 2014
On 11 November 2014 11:26, N <jpk at pobox.com> wrote:
> What's the purpose of this radical change in access policy?
What do you see as radical change ?
The policy essentially just makes sure that there are responsible
people around while the space is open; from what I gather is, that
this essentially has been meant to be always the case, but if you have
been in Noisebridge in the last year or so, you can see that the lax
implementation made the space detoriate that nobody wanted to be there
anymore. The reboot wants to fix that.
> At 05:06 PM 11/10/2014, you wrote:
> On 10 November 2014 16:42, N <jpk at pobox.com> wrote:
> Have the rules for access to the Noisebridge space changed?
> The whole infrastructure regarding opening the gate and the upper-stairs
> door is being redone to work with RFID. Work in progress.
> So whatever code used to work before on the gate is not working anymore at
> this stage (if this is what you are asking).
> So it is work in progress - upstairs RFID reader is not working yet and the
> terminal with the user-interface is actively
> being worked on. Hopefully most of that will be working sometime this week.
> Goal is to have it much easier to hand out access to the space so that a
> member can
> easily give a regular user access without too much hassle of configuring a
> file somewhere. Depending on (future) consensus decisions
> this might just be RFID going forward because it is so simple and
> hassle-free compared
> to PINs (also harder to transfer), with temporary pins given out for certain
> occasions (such as classes).
> Soon, there will be a terminal that allows members to add new users to the
> access, also a bunch of key fobs should
> arrive soon. So hopefully a member will be able to add new users soon.
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