[Noisebridge-discuss] anti-anonymity proposals

John Ellis neurofog at gmail.com
Fri Nov 15 20:13:06 UTC 2013


I concur. I thought the standard docratic method is that if you believe
somebody should be asked to leave then discussing it with others present in
an ad-hoc way and if the opinion is shared then ask the unexcellent person
to leave and come back to a meeting if they wish to discuss it.

I have no problem with asking persons who don't show intent to understand
the purpose of NB space (hacking and making stuff) to leave, but to
restrict the space as default official policy is excellent, and changing
the policy towards some discretion is a good move.


On Fri, Nov 15, 2013 at 11:43 AM, Leif Ryge <leif at synthesize.us> wrote:

> ....
> My impression is that one of jake's primary intentions with this policy
> was to
> make it easier to ask "bad" people to leave. I think that has always been
> possible, but I understand some people feel it would be much easier to ask
> people to leave if they had an official policy to refer to when doing so.
> Unfortunately, the policy recently adopted says "No other person shall be
> permitted at Noisebridge" which (obviously to some, but apparently not
> obvious
> to jake) inevitably leads to people enforcing the rule just for the sake
> of the
> rule.
> If the members of Noisebridge insist on making policies I implore them to
> make
> policies which are more MAY and SHOULD than MUST and SHALL.
> ~leif
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