[Noisebridge-discuss] Advisory about recent thefts at Noisebridge.

Lee Worden worden.lee at gmail.com
Tue Jul 12 19:59:55 UTC 2011

Seems reasonable.  What about just:

if you have a metal key, you can open the gate and let yourself in

if you don't have a metal key, push the buzzer and someone will ask you 
who you are and decide whether to let you in.


On 07/12/11 12:00, noisebridge-discuss-request at lists.noisebridge.net wrote:
> Date: Mon, 11 Jul 2011 18:07:37 -0400
> From: VonGuard<vonguard at gmail.com>
> Subject: Re: [Noisebridge-discuss] Advisory about recent thefts at
> 	Noisebridge.
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> Here's an idea. When someone buzzes to get in, let's take a moment to use
> the speaker to talk to them remotely. Perhaps a simple password? Or maybe
> even having a camera on the entryway so we can see who's asking to come in,
> and we can post the banned persons images next to the buzzer.
> We could change the password every week or month, and post it on the wiki or
> list in a clever location. Homeless people would be unlikely to figure out
> where to find the passwords, and if we change it often enough, we could keep
> them confounded.
> Or, I dunno, ssh keys? Kinda hard to read and verify them over the
> intercom....
> On Jul 11, 2011 5:16 PM, "Ken Adler"<ken.adler at gmail.com>  wrote:
>> >  Liz:
>> >
>> >  The nuances in your detailed response reminds me of how much I love the
>> >  NoiseBridge community.
>> >

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