gregorydillon at gmail.com
Tue Jan 28 00:39:30 UTC 2014
Thank you Monad,
I have a consensus
consideration that asks for circumspection and "slack" for people
found sleeping when it is due. It is a purposefully a soft measure that I
hope can get support from all ends of the spectrum on this issue.
Many members of the community will feel that my proposal does not go far
enough to be a solution on sleeping at Noisebridge, and there may be
laissez fairests who favor unrestrained sleep locations. But I think
that is its strength. A workable compromise. I ask you to consider it
as a way to address the sleeping issue, while being caring and considerate
that people are finding it hard to find a place to lay their head down to
On Mon, Jan 27, 2014 at 4:17 PM, Paul Monad <immonad at yahoo.com> wrote:
> The only tool we have at the moment is: personally wake them, ask if they
> are sponsored then ... , or asking them to leave and come to the next
> meeting. Jake pointed out certain individuals should be given slack for a
> short time. Circumspection and discretion is mandatory.
> They invariably say they were asleep for a very short time. If left
> alone, is soon back asleep.
> As many as possible should speak directly with the problem individuals
> because this is a community of doers. It shouldn't be the efforts of the
> few. Perception is important.
> Anyone who wants to participate but have transportation problems please
> contact me.
> Noisebridge-discuss mailing list
> Noisebridge-discuss at lists.noisebridge.net
Let's stay in touch. Greg
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