[Noisebridge-congress] Friedrichs 3, possible issue with having people on the floor
cm.hardware.software.elsewhere at gmail.com
Tue Dec 15 15:02:00 UTC 2009
I just extended Friedrichs 3 to include 26-27 December, and got some
information about the rental contract:
Deposit : 300 Eur
VERY IMPORTANT Reasons for charging the security deposit
Lodging more people than mentioned in t his contract
Noises are forbidden after 21.00h inside the apartment and also in the
staircase. Guest not respecting this point will be immediately asked to
leave the property with no refund of the rent paid.
I.e., if we do the "sardines" thing, the rent may almost double.
For my part, I'd be rather reluctant to bear the ENTIRE risk of that.
That "Blockwart" (i.e., a guy who scrutinizes what's going on in
apartments) thing has been INVENTED in Germany.
On Tue, 2009-12-15 at 09:59 +0100, Matt Feigal wrote:
> Hi all,
> After seeing 3 1/2 "yes" responses to my email, I grabbed the cheapest
> 45m2 room in that building, Friedrichs 3. I see now the 'sardines'
> conversation continues hot and heavy, hope I didn't act rashly.
> It'll relieve some pressure on Friedrichs 13, without (hopefully)
> diluting your buying power too much.
> Friedrichs 3, Dec 27-30, 117 Euros / night
> The "Main 3" (people who responded Yes to my mail) are
> Plus a request from Rubin for the floor, though others seem to be
> "claiming" him for Friedrichs 13 :).
> I like Ping's 'primary keyholders' guideline, I'll follow same with my
> three main confirmed guests. I'm happy to accept floor folks, however
> you anarchic gang decide to arrange between the two spaces, or let
> this be the 'comfort zone' for people who just want quiet space. I'll
> also accept substitutions on my three confirmations, please notify me
> if you're swapping out with one of the main 3. (The only thing that
> I'd find not-nice is dropping below 4 main guests, as it raises price
> for others)
> Recommend we reconfigure the Google Spreadsheet a bit to clarify the
> bed-space / floor-space / which apartment question, since it's a long,
> hard to track email chain right now. I've added details to the
> "Apartment" Tab, with just the minimum information needed. Any
> objections? (Ping, you'll want to fill in your details if you agree)
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