[Noisebridge-discuss] Paid for cleaners, have they ever come by the space?

Rubin Abdi rubin at starset.net
Wed Nov 23 00:31:35 UTC 2011

Will Sargent wrote, On 2011-11-22 15:47:
> This was actually extensively discussed at the meetings -- cleaning's
> a burn out job that theoretically no-one's and everyone's
> responsibility, and frequently falls through the cracks.  At the
> meeting, it became clear that various people have tried being the
> "cleaning" guy and put down that mantle after it became clear that the
> job is sisyphean.  There are bursts of activity -- and Noisebridge is
> very good at bursts of high productivity -- but cleaning does not have
> "teh shiny" that attracts people's attention.

Maybe continuing discussion about finding a solution to this problem
instead of throwing money at a workaround would be smarter?

As much as I've had chats with other members about how there's a general
feel that paying for a cleaning service over driving the community to be
better at cleaning (potentially with monthly cleaning days) sucks and
doesn't seem like the right thing to do, it's painfully obvious I seem
to be the only one currently who cares enough to make a stink about it
in public discussion.

If a number of members other than Will can also publicly state they feel
this is a good burn of our general funds, I'll step away from blocking

rubin at starset.net

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