immonad at yahoo.com
Thu Jan 9 05:41:40 UTC 2014
What about the paint war in the toilets? 4 coats in the last year. Joseph did quite a gross brownish "art" over the green. Should graffiti be encourage?
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From: Hannah Grimm <dharlette at gmail.com>
Date:01/08/2014 6:22 PM (GMT-08:00)
To: Paul Monad <immonad at yahoo.com>
Cc: noisebridge-discuss at lists.noisebridge.net
Subject: Re: [Noisebridge-discuss] Doracacy
We're doocratic, sure, but there's also always been a clear guideline of be excellent. Now, "excellence" sometimes needs some clear defining (hence things like the anti-harassment policy), but some things are really obviously not excellent. Covering the walls in glue and throwing glitter at them would be not excellent. Destroying things for the sake of destruction would be not excellent. Taking things that aren't yours is not excellent. Generally, don't be an asshole.
Buying us a set of rad lockers with your own money, however, is pretty excellent.
On Wed, Jan 8, 2014 at 2:02 PM, Paul Monad <immonad at yahoo.com> wrote:
What is the difference between Al donating the lockers and someone donating shelves? What if I want to use the lockers without paying rent? What if I want to decorate with torch, saw and paint? What if I want to give Al considerations to encourage him in his efforts to improve NB?
Isn't this just our policy...Just do it yourself? Build, destroy, take, without having to answer to (maybe)anyone. Suffer consensus only if there is a gun to your head. Always expectations of opposition to anything that may affect change.
There is a middle ground between unilaterally getting it done and considerations for the community. Hard to make rules that will cover all possibilities. Absolutely black and white exist only in abstract. We exist in ever changing shades of grey.
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