[Noisebridge-discuss] Classroom use: Ben & Shannon
neurofog at gmail.com
Sun Feb 12 19:13:03 UTC 2012
The problem is that Ben & Shannon decided the "rule" is that room should be
vacated and available incase a group wants to meet, hypothetically, as no
actual group was scheduled. And told us to get out of there. We never
claimed to be having a group meeting, and they didn't claim to have a group
either. It's a relatively quiet area of Noisebridge, usually.
If they had a problem with a particular person, they need to speak up, not
hide behind their created rules enforced onto others.
On Saturday, February 11, 2012, jim wrote:
> There is only one rule: be excellent to each other.
> Did they claim you were presenting a non-existent class
> or did they claim to be presenting a non-existent class?
> I've claimed the Turing classroom for some class-like
> events (study groups, linux discussion) and occasionally
> have shared the room with others who had separate
> interests but wanted to be in that space. No problem in
> those cases.
> What problem existed in your case?
> On Sat, 2012-02-11 at 15:44 -0800, John Ellis wrote:
> > I find Ben & Shannon's behavior in ordering myself and Laurent out of
> > the classroom for a non-existent class totally unexcellent.
> > Who made this rule?
> > -John
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