Sleeping at Noisebridge

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"Basically, noisebridge was born free and pure.  It was composed of excellent hackers who had the highest goals in mind of creating a physical space where people could come anytime and create things.  We thought that by renting a space with an open-door policy and inviting more hackers to make use of it, the purity of the initialized meatspace would sustain. Unfortunately, reality is an aggressive dog." -Jake (spaz)
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==Noisebridge is not your home, it is your hackspace==
 
Hi. So, there's broad consensus at Noisebridge that living here, or sleeping regularly overnight is unexcellent, which means that you really shouldn't do it. Noisebridge is a place for hacking on creative uses of technology, not somewhere to live or crash out..
 
Hi. So, there's broad consensus at Noisebridge that living here, or sleeping regularly overnight is unexcellent, which means that you really shouldn't do it. Noisebridge is a place for hacking on creative uses of technology, not somewhere to live or crash out..
  
 
In particular, everybody at Noisebridge has the right to ask you to wake up and hack, or go somewhere else to sleep. As a community, we really really don't like people who either argue and are rude when they're woken up, or just go away and go back to sleep when the person who has asked them has left.
 
In particular, everybody at Noisebridge has the right to ask you to wake up and hack, or go somewhere else to sleep. As a community, we really really don't like people who either argue and are rude when they're woken up, or just go away and go back to sleep when the person who has asked them has left.
  
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==Resources for sleeping elsewhere==
 
If you don't have somewhere good to stay, here are some resources that may be useful:
 
If you don't have somewhere good to stay, here are some resources that may be useful:
  
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If you'd like to talk about the issue of sleeping, please join Noisebridge's discuss list at: https://www.noisebridge.net/mailman/listinfo/noisebridge-discuss
 
If you'd like to talk about the issue of sleeping, please join Noisebridge's discuss list at: https://www.noisebridge.net/mailman/listinfo/noisebridge-discuss
  
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==Obligatory cat macro==
 
[[File:Sleeping1.jpg]]
 
[[File:Sleeping1.jpg]]

Revision as of 12:05, 3 February 2012

"Basically, noisebridge was born free and pure.  It was composed of excellent hackers who had the highest goals in mind of creating a physical space where people could come anytime and create things.  We thought that by renting a space with an open-door policy and inviting more hackers to make use of it, the purity of the initialized meatspace would sustain. Unfortunately, reality is an aggressive dog." -Jake (spaz)

Noisebridge is not your home, it is your hackspace

Hi. So, there's broad consensus at Noisebridge that living here, or sleeping regularly overnight is unexcellent, which means that you really shouldn't do it. Noisebridge is a place for hacking on creative uses of technology, not somewhere to live or crash out..

In particular, everybody at Noisebridge has the right to ask you to wake up and hack, or go somewhere else to sleep. As a community, we really really don't like people who either argue and are rude when they're woken up, or just go away and go back to sleep when the person who has asked them has left.

Resources for sleeping elsewhere

If you don't have somewhere good to stay, here are some resources that may be useful:

http://www.homesnotjailssf.org/wb/ http://www.projecthomelessconnect.com/PHC_Resources

If you'd like to talk about the issue of sleeping, please join Noisebridge's discuss list at: https://www.noisebridge.net/mailman/listinfo/noisebridge-discuss

Obligatory cat macro

Sleeping1.jpg

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