[Noisebridge-discuss] Turing Classroom Sunday Night?
jim at well.com
Sat Jan 22 02:22:10 UTC 2011
seems to me we do have some convention for reserving
* use of space is either as a one-time or repeating event.
notify and make claim by editing the noisebridge wiki's
front page and adding your claim. i believe people have
respected such. in the case of an event with lots of
attendees or really stinky or noisy, announcing at a
tuesday 8 PM meeting seems to have been expected.
* use of things: generally "put a note on it" seems to be
generally given, if not followed, advice.
we've had contentions for spaces in the past, and those
i know of have been resolved in favor of the group with an
announced claim over a group that just showed up hopefully.
there is a google group calendar for noisebridge, but
my opinion, and i believe the opinions of some others, is
that the noisebridge wiki front page list is the more
respected (the noisebridge wiki is editable by anyone and
the google calendar is not: one has to ask around to find
someone with permissions). my feeling is the wiki is more
open to everyone as well as more "hackerly".
short version: it can't hurt to somehow make some kind
of claim or announcement in advance.
On Fri, 2011-01-21 at 12:42 -0800, Andy Isaacson wrote:
> On Fri, Jan 21, 2011 at 09:23:56AM -0800, Peter Werner wrote:
> > Would it be possible to reserve the Turing Classroom on Sunday night
> > starting at 7 PM for the Advanced Mushroom ID/Microscopy workshop I am
> > planning?
> We don't really have "reservations", but I'm confident that on a Sunday
> evening, if you show up an hour before your planned event, you'll be
> able to work with whoever else is using the space to have room for your
> > Also, is a digital projector and laptop available, or will I
> > need to bring one?
> There's the big projector up front, but I don't know if any of the
> portable ones are working (I think at least one of them had a bulb burn
> out recently). I would recommend you bring your own laptop, there may
> be hardware at NB but the likelihood of it meeting your requirements is,
> well, hit or miss.
> Probably best to give a presentation dry-run on Saturday during the day,
> so you (or someone) can address any issues while stores are still open
> in case adapter cables or whatever turn out to be necessary.
> The workshop sounds super interesting! Alas I'm going to be out of town
> so I can't make it.
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