[Noisebridge-discuss] Lack of due process when Cynthia forced to leave

Corey McGuire coreyfro at coreyfro.com
Fri May 4 17:40:43 UTC 2012

I resemble these remarks.  As much as I would love to spend time with my
kid in a drama free zone, I'll have to see if someone can watch him while I
attend this Tuesdays meeting to defend Cynthia.

Look, Noisebridge is full of the social awkward.  Cynthia is, presently,
the most socially awkward person in the space.  Who's next?  We're all only
a small cluster of braincells away from being in Cynthia's state, or

I have communicated to Cynthia, accurately and respectfully, the times when
I need my brain and the subjects I am not willing to discuss.  She has
respected these without fail.

I don't see how anyone else here is different.

As soon as we start excluding people, I wince and wonder when it'll be my
turn.  I will not take, "Corey, you are this valuable" as a guarantee.

On Thu, May 3, 2012 at 7:42 PM, jim <jim at well.com> wrote:

>    As to me, if I know a meeting will involve something like
> banning, I make an effort to make it, despite wanting to be
> in bed before 8 PM.
>    It seems that such issues may arise without "benefit" of
> meeting. What to do?
>    Also, some of us conflict-averse hand-wringers worry about
> the affects of these events on people both in and tangential
> to our community. That there has been a sequence of events
> with a similar "taste" and "smell" has had an amplifying
> negative affect on a fairly large number of people. The
> reputation of Noisebridge is increasingly stained. What to do?
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