[Noisebridge-discuss] Open space only for hackers?
jim at well.com
Fri Jun 21 04:15:19 UTC 2013
Based on previous noisebridge discussions,
it seems that "hack" is not a defineable
word; I think of it as a flag.
On Thu, 2013-06-20 at 21:04 -0700, Ever Falling wrote:
> from the wiki:
> > Do I need to be a member? You don't need to be a member to take or
> give a class or workshop at Noisebridge. All are welcome! Noisebridge
> is open to all, however Noisebridge runs off of membership dues and
> donations. Membership is $80 a month (or a $40 “starving hacker” rate)
> and allows you to vote at meetings. If you aren’t a member but use the
> space, please drop off a few dollars in the donation bin, or set up a
> regular monthly donation for a smaller amount.
> so, yeah, you're mistaken. Choices involving what happens to the space
> are in the hands of the members but the space itself is open to all.
> The problem lies in how people decide what the space's purpose is. The
> general consensus is that it's for hacking but then you get into stuff
> like "what is hacking?" and all this other semantic crap that we've
> gone over and over again.
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