[Noisebridge-discuss] DRAMA are we kicking people out to quickly?
matt at nycresistor.com
Thu Apr 5 17:27:51 UTC 2012
A hackerspace is a community by it's very nature. And that
disassociates itself from being just a place to code at. If you want
peace and quiet a coworking space or your own apt are probably better
locations. If you want to be available for social interaction /
collaboration that is where hackerspaces seem to reside.
That's my personal opinion.
On Thu, Apr 5, 2012 at 10:21 AM, Justin Doerr <justinsfca at gmail.com> wrote:
> We should just have a work area and a play area, that way those who want to
> socialize, goof off and be silly can be in one area of the space, while the
> more rigid and determined folk can have their area of the space. But
> hmmm.... how to implement it?....
> On Apr 5, 2012 10:17 AM, "Brian Cloutier" <briancloutier2010 at gmail.com>
>> I'm going to agree with Cobolt here, NB is "radically inclusive," not
>> "radically inclusive but only if you're a hacker like us or the other people
>> in NB dislike you."
>> Admittedly there's some self serving in that statement, my primary use of
>> NB is to meet and talk with smart people... I (unfortunately) only rarely
>> hack while there.
>> But I think if you think about it you would also prefer the "radical
>> inclusion" sans qualifiers Rayc. I can't recall ever seeing you use the
>> space to hack on something. Hacking on NB itself doesn't really count.
>> - Brian
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