[Noisebridge-discuss] Anyone have problems with booting out overnight sleepers in the morning?

Al Sweigart asweigart at gmail.com
Wed Dec 11 17:56:38 UTC 2013

J.C. to clarify, do you think that it's okay if people are hacking and also
sleeping? Or do you include sleeping in the "not hacking" category? And
would you rather I stop booting people out in the morning?

Also, I only boot people out in the early morning, when it is probable that
they've been sleeping there for hours and not just a 15 minute

Spinach, I agree. But in practice, people who are members and associate
members also crash at the space. :/

On Wed, Dec 11, 2013 at 12:35 AM, spinach williams <
spinach.williams at gmail.com> wrote:

> On Tue, Dec 10, 2013 at 8:42 PM, J.C. <r33lmm at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I have a problem with this, if people are causing a problem and sleeping
>> in the space, they should be asked to leave prior to sleeping in the space
>> overnight.
>> If people are here and not involved in hacking on projects, they should
>> be asked to leave, sleeping or not.
> runs the assumption that people who are sleeping are not people who'd
> previously been hacking, which is a bad assumption because it leads to
> addressing fewer than 100% of sleepers. also restricts the definition of
> hacking to whatever an observer believes it to be when policing the space
> -- one benefit of the closed door policy is that ambiguity no longer exists
> ("are you hacking?" becomes "are you a member, or are you sponsored by a
> member?"), so probably invoke that rather than attempt to determine what is
> hacking.
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