[Noisebridge-discuss] Noisebridge Night Crew: A fun uplifting read.
danny at spesh.com
Thu Mar 1 17:53:26 UTC 2012
I have say, given the level of emailing on nb-discuss, I was a bit
surprised when I dropped by the space earlier this week and it seemed
tidier, and quieter, and more people-quietly-wiring-stuff-together
Just a reminder that there's a mailing list for noisebridge @ night
set up (but not really used) at
https://www.noisebridge.net/mailman/listinfo/night -- and it may make
sense to start up a wiki page also.
On Thu, Mar 1, 2012 at 9:31 AM, Justin Doerr <justinsfca at gmail.com> wrote:
> This email is lengthy as are all of mine, but bare with me! :-)
> FYI everyone I'm just going to keep up with communicating to everyone about
> what's been going on at night around Noisebridge. I've moved a few things
> around in the kitchen, but most of it is pretty straight forward and
> shouldn't have harmed anyone (aka moving things off the top of or around the
> fridge into an empty cabinet or throwing things in the fridge that have gone
> bad away into the garbage bin etc.)
> ALSO an awesome collaboration of 4 other Noisebridge night owls and myself
> have collectively worked together to streamline the laborious process of
> washing two industrial sized sinks full of dishes in less than 15 minutes.
> We're in need of a bit of help from YOU the community in creating a
> checklist of duties that the night crew could willingly perform but don't
> necessarily have to, in order to keep the space more tidy upon leaving each
> night, at least as far as the kitchen is concerned, one brick at a time...
> We're also doing outreach to individuals who are personally experiencing the
> struggles of being homeless and giving them legal info about Homes Not Jails
> and other amazing organizations around the lovely city of San Francisco.
> IMO, I feel that we need to tackle the sleeping issue by preventing it from
> happening in the first place by giving these people resources to find
> shelter and talk with them one on one and help them individually. It is my
> opinion that it personally breaks my heart to see great people depriving
> themselves of sleep which is naturally unproductive to actual hacking
> because they have nowhere to go on a cold rainy night like tonight... We
> have to show these people that although we consider sleeping to be
> unexcellent, we also care and want to help them as a community. I for one am
> asking for your help, and I can't do this alone. I need all kinds of
> support. Preferably someone who's actually experienced homelessness and
> could better relate with them.
> Those of you who know of websites to go to and people to contact feel free
> to contact me about putting that info into the HR binder. Also Ben is
> working on measuring power levels to give a report to PG&E or something
> important to saving the space a shitload of $$ or something IDK about all
> the details or really care, I trust the guy, so I just put up more signs so
> people won't nag him or the people involved with his awesome project...
> Noisebridge is really coming together and I left with a huge smile on my
> face because I honestly believe that. I was a little worried, but now my
> faith has definitely been reinstated. The only thing that I really want to
> stress is that I'd like to see more interaction with one another., myself
> included. Meaning taking more time out of our day to go from working on our
> own stuff to taking responsibility as a community to get things done
> together without bickering. The only bad news I have to report is that poor
> naughty Katherine didn't get to use her stun gun/cattle prod on the any of
> the "Oogles" (it's growing on me) today, seeing as there weren't any. Sad
> face :-( lol kidding!
> Moral of my most recent post: If we as a community treat the space AND EACH
> OTHER with more respect, more respectful people come in and be excellent to
> one another and less disrespectful people show up and wreak havoc and
> unexcellence. Simple as that.
> Peace, and I love you all. Have a wonderful day.
> -Justin Patrick Doerr.
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