[Noisebridge-discuss] [Noisebridge-congress] Hackerspace Design Patterns 2.0 @ CCCamp

David Valdman dmvaldman at gmail.com
Thu Jul 2 22:34:41 UTC 2015

Awesome! *reading*

On Thu, Jul 2, 2015 at 3:25 PM, Mitch Altman <maltman23 at hotmail.com> wrote:

> I submitted a proposal for a talk at *CCCamp 2015*:  an updated
> presentation of the *Hackerspace Design Patterns*.  It was accepted!
> tl;dr:
> Have you observed a Pattern (what works well, and what not so well) at
> your hackerspace that you think others can benefit from?  If so, please
> share it with me, so I can share it with others in my talk.
> *Design Patterns* are generalize-able statements of what works well and
> doesn't work so well -- so that others can learn what may work well (or not
> so well) for them.
> The original Hackerspace Design Patterns was presented at CCCamp 2007 and
> 24C3 when there were only ~40 hackerspaces in the world.  Here's the
> original Design Patterns (which are way worth reading!):
> http://events.ccc.de/congress/2007/Fahrplan/attachments/1003_Building%20a%20Hacker%20Space.pdf
> These patterns directly inspired the creation of the hackerspace
> movement.  Now that there are over 2,000 hackerspaces listed on
> hackerspaces.org, it's time to update the Design Patterns to include 8
> years of additional collective experience -- and present them at CCCamp
> 2015.
> FYI:
> A somewhat updated version (that needs more updating) of the Hackerspace
> Design Patterns are listed at hackerspaces.org:
> https://wiki.hackerspaces.org/Design_Patterns
> Do you have any observations of what works well, and what doesn't work so
> well at your hackerspace (or any hackerspace)?  Can you state it in a way
> that may be generalized so that people starting (or running) hackerspaces
> may benefit from your observation?  If so, *please send me your
> observation*, and I'll incorporate it into my talk.
> My 30-minute talk at CCCamp 2015 will include some old and some new
> examples.  After the talk we will have a workshop on Hackerspace Design
> Patterns, and really get into what works well, and doesn't work well at
> hackerspaces.  I'll take notes, write it up, and post it so that everyone
> starting or running a hackerspace can benefit from our collective
> experiences.
> Thanks,
> Mitch.
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