[Noisebridge-discuss] better tech for making decisions

Xavier Aubuchon-Mendoza xavieram at gmail.com
Fri Apr 4 21:21:45 UTC 2014

I'm not implying a lack of faith in the community, just an awareness of how
different tools shape behavior.

My whole intent was to encourage the inclusion of some failure state into
the process - that is, if it doesn't work and makes things worse, it can be
turned off and worked on, and it doesn't hijack the whole system.

I believe in assuming the best about people... and having a backup plan.
That's all.


On Thu, Apr 3, 2014 at 11:59 AM, Naomi Most <pnaomi at gmail.com> wrote:

> Well, I am trying to put faith in the community to be more like a
> community and less like an "Us versus Them" situation.
> I don't want to design solutions predicated on the existing problems.
> I want to design solutions that assume the best about the potential of
> the humans of Noisebridge while keeping the lessons of the past in
> mind.
> To put it metaphorically:
> If you're looking for a good place to sit, don't add lumbar support to
> a table.  Design a chair.
> --Naomi
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