[Noisebridge-discuss] cooking timers!
setient at gmail.com
Mon Aug 26 19:13:21 UTC 2013
Oh, and we should have a queue of sleepers at the meetings so we can start
nipping this problem in the bud. I am sure there is more than 1 person a
week abusing this.
On Mon, Aug 26, 2013 at 12:11 PM, Ronald Cotoni <setient at gmail.com> wrote:
> Kevin, you are incorrect. I am pretty sure our lease basically states
> that we are not allowed to "live" there. The law is a great and wonderful
> thing at how it can be interpreted. Since people are "sleeping" there
> (whether living or not), the argument could be made that it is an illegal
> hostel, even if someone sleeps there ONCE, never returns and some other
> person does the same the next day. That could result in Noisebridge being
> shut down. That is extremely unexcellent. Honestly, taking a picture of
> someone is unexcellent but it is less so than having noisebridge shut
> An alternative to having pictures taken would be having a group of people
> stay there every night and stay awake all night. They would need to do
> this daily and remember people to keep asking them to leave. If you are
> unwilling to do this, your opinion is invalid. We need either photographic
> evidence or the same person to go EVERY night without fail so that we can
> actually solve this problem. If you ask a person one day, then I ask
> another and another some other day..... You get the point. It could be the
> same person many times. If we describe them, they can shave, change their
> clothes, cut their hair, dye their hair....... A picture helps due to the
> fact we can have more defined features (face for example) and use that to
> determine if they have been there.
> Would you like to volunteer to come every night for the next few months,
> stay up all night and help be excellent to help not take pictures and keep
> track of the sleepers? I bet you have a job and can't do this. My .02.
> On Sun, Aug 25, 2013 at 11:55 AM, Kevin Schiesser <bfb at riseup.net> wrote:
>> I disagree fully. There is not a no sleeping rule at Noisebridge. Be
>> excellent, right? Photographing all sleepers is not excellent, and I feel
>> invasive and unnecessary in most situations. It's important that an effort
>> with polite but firmness is made to awaken sleepers before photographing,
>> and certainly before requesting they leave and not come back until a
>> Tuesday meeting.
>> My 2c on protocol. I would be very disappointed if we had a queue of
>> sleepers at every Tuesday meeting.
>> On 08/25/2013 02:53 AM, Jake wrote:
>>> Yes Jim that would help. We need to figure out who the people are who
>>> are sleeping at noisebridge and ask them (when they're awake) to leave
>>> until they come talk about it at a meeting.
>>> thank you
>>> Jim wrote:
>>> Would it help to take photos of sleepers
>>> and print and post them for the rest of us
>>> to identify?
>>> On Sat, 2013-08-24 at 05:10 -0700, Alexandra Glowaski wrote:
>>>> 7:3 sleepers to wakers; polite-but-firmness and t.A.T.u both failing.
>>>> This is a solved problem: will try to pick up some very irritating
>>>> kitchen timers befor I come in again. I trust we all know what to do.
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