[Noisebridge-discuss] Upstairs door latch mechanism?
neuendorffer at googlemail.com
Sat Feb 11 23:33:19 UTC 2012
Chris rocks. He was talking about one of the awesome ways listed at https://www.noisebridge.net/wiki/Getting_In
I am really deeply offended at the presumption and accusation that he was breaking in. We need to treat each other with respect.
I have plenty of friends who are homeless or living in an SRO or other nonstandard living conditions, and that says nothing about their ability to be a hacker or an opera singer. There is no reason to be prejudiced.
What matters is your attitude, use of the space, and care for it.
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On Feb 11, 2012, at 14:34, Christopher Maujean <cmaujean at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sat, Feb 11, 2012 at 9:31 AM, maestro <maestro415 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> # +1 jim...
>> # i am very interested to know this as well...
>> # are you breaking into noisebridge hence showing others on the street (that
>> you don't even know are watching you, and everyone is ALWAYS watching in the
>> mission and you won't see them) how to get in...
>> # perhaps this is why so many dodgy fucks have started getting in and are
>> attracted to the door...
>> # word of mouth is quick on the streets...
>> end comments
>> On Sat, Feb 11, 2012 at 1:15 AM, jim <jim at well.com> wrote:
>>> i'm curious to know how you get in without buzzing.
>>> people are different; seems better not to judge, at least
>>> not right away.
> As far as getting in goes, I open the front door using the methods
> listed on the wiki, meaning, I walk up to the door, manipulate my
> phone for a moment, and the door unlocks. I go inside, firmly shut it
> behind me, climb the stairs, and use the space, I've never let anyone
> in for any reason, and don't plan to until I possibly gain membership
> in the future, at which point I'll consider the concept.
> My earlier point about myself was, don't judge people for being
> homeless or living in an SRO, judge them for using the space
> inappropriately. Having a standard living situation is not a
> prerequisite to being a hacker.
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