pnaomi at gmail.com
Tue Apr 15 03:39:51 UTC 2014
I'm not convinced by the "slippery slope" argument. When the WiFi is
out of whack, it doesn't result in vermin taking residence in the
The kitchen is not the floor. It's not the network. It's not even a
couch. It's an experimental amenity that Noisebridge didn't have a
solid plan for taking care of, and we still don't.
Please don't see all of this as a punishment, not of Noisebridge and
not of the people using the kitchen. It's an effort to be more
realistic about the types of resources we keep in the space and the
effort we all have to put into keeping them usable and safe.
On Mon, Apr 14, 2014 at 10:23 PM, Johny Radio <johnyradio at gmail.com> wrote:
> Lupita Berries <garyberries at gmail.com> wrote:
> I will volunteer to take down the kitchen if it is not up to health standards. You can view that as a punishment
> J: I view that as a punishment of the entire community due to NB's failure to train or evict the individuals who are to blame.
> Kinda like grammar school teachers who penalize the entire class for the behaviors of a small group.
> If we remove everything that some people abuse (tools, WiFi, the floor) then there won't be anything left for everybody else.
> Note, I believe shutting down the kitchen has been tried before, but then some people restored it.
Naomi Theora Most
naomi at nthmost.com
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