Noisebridge has RFID tokens!
They're small and blue keyfobs. We bought a big bag of them for $MONEY, so if you want one you should pony up $5 and do your part to keep Noisebridge kickin'.
 HOW DO I TOKEN?
- Find someone who can grant you a token
- Give them $5
- Maybe they'll grant you a token
You can also use a Clipper Card or similar for a discounted price of $2. You might find yourself asking, well, why do I need to pay to use my own card? It gives a barrier to entry to the system. $2 is reasonably affordable for the vast majority of people who come through noisebridge and it is more than likely someone can spot you if you're short on cash.
Active Members and Philanthropists may have 24-hour access to Noisebridge through the RFID access control system. 30-day daytime access to the space through the RFID access control system can be activated by Members. 30-day daytime access to the space through the RFID access control system can be renewed by members and philanthropists. To see how long you've got left, just scan it upstairs at door and see what the display says.
There are four access levels within the system:
- Daytime Access - You can enter the space without restriction between 10:00 and 22:00, but cannot register new tokens
- Power User - You've got some extended hours from 7:00 to 11:00, but still cannot register new tokens
- Philanthropist - You have 24 hour access to the space
- Member - 24 hour access, and you can register new tokens
Having a token is a sign of responsibility at Noisebridge. All who have tokens are allowed to bring other people into the space, and can also buzz others up by scanning their token.
You are responsible for who you bring into the space! If you don't know someone, don't let them in unless you're 100% willing and able to give them a tour of noisebridge. Make sure that you tell them:
- Who we are
- What we're about
- What goes on
- The weekly meeting is a great place to get to know everyone
Equally important, check the 86 page to see who you shouldn't let in. Everyone is welcome to visit Noisebridge, but not everyone is welcome to stay.
 Technical Details
- The server is a small RaspberryPI named Earl