[Noisebridge-discuss] Mental health professional training?

Casey Callendrello c1 at caseyc.net
Mon Feb 13 18:53:21 UTC 2012

On 02/12/2012 11:17 PM, Jake wrote:
> He said that since we're avertising ourselves as open to the public, we 
> can't exclude anyone from the space at any time.  He seemed quite 
> convinced of that and would not tolerate any suggestion to the contrary.
One thing which was impressed upon me when I had my first tour was that
guests (such as myself) are allowed in Noisebridge at the pleasure of
the membership. Tomorrow, it could be consensed by those same members
that visitors were banned.

Noisebridge's openness is essentially a wonderful present from its
membership to the hacking community at large. Their only obligation is
to preserve and improve Noisebridge; the members owe me nothing. I am
extremely grateful for their generosity. Perhaps there are ways to
remind the rest of us what an honor it is to participate.

What if, for one week, only members and their specifically invited
guests were allowed? The purpose of this would *not* be to parade
authority, but to re-establish that sense of obligation we all have
towards the space and its members.


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