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7 Oct 2018
11:35:45@email:t2bot.ioEmail Notifier webmind <webmind@puscii.nl> Re: [hackerspaces] Lockers in a hackerspace?
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At Technologia Incognita we we managed to get a pile of plastic
stackable grey boxes and we use those as 'member boxes', you can use one
when you are a member and there are any left. Due to a shortage people
have also started building some themselves and there was even a
woodworking workshop about it. Generally the size is whatever fits on
the shelves. Generally the boxes aren't lockable but there might be some
that are, it's up to the user/owner.

We've had shortage problems, but that's with space in general. At some
point we also had a clean-up for boxes of ex-members.

Overall it seems to work fine.

w. o/
8 Oct 2018
13:03:20@email:t2bot.ioEmail Notifier <ebal@fsfe.org> Re: [hackerspaces] Lockers in a hackerspace?
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There are clearly some advantages & disadvantages of having lockers
inside a hackerspace.

[personal true pseudo-random thoughts - plz excuse me]

I wish I could leave my laptop for a few hours or even a personal item
inside a locker and I do understand that a locker is not safety deposit
box but it is better that leaving my laptop on a table and walkaway.  On
the other hand,  personal lockers takes physical space from a
hackerspace (if you dont have much space) and people will leave personal
items for days.  Time-based locks (are expensive) could be used (like in
two hours or two days the locker will auto-unlock) but then you are a
time-sharing locker.  Also a deposit for locks (like some hostel do)
could be a solution. Long-Term abandonment could also be solved with
color stickers ! A week-notice, a 3s notice, a day notice and then
locker will be unlocked! Useful workshop: 'lock picking' . Or even
create a master key (aka a backdoor key) that admins could use only for
emergencies.  One other thing is the "open" policy, lockers suggest that
'you have something to hide'  :P   I mean you are a part of a
hackerspace so (circle of) trust should be something that you
apply/comply (I dont know, perhaps) ?  To continue this delirium, I am
not against lockers but you should think and document everything and
people should respect your policy if they want a locker inside your
hackerspace.


13:08:34@email:t2bot.ioEmail Notifier overflo <flo@tekstix.com> Re: [hackerspaces] Lockers in a hackerspace?
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we have project boxes and lockers at the metalab hackspace in vienna.
storage boxes are free for some time for members only, that never worked
out. its a trashpile.

lockers ..
well keys get lost, people give their keys to their friends,..
we kind of lost track who was responsible for which locker.
messy.

lockers have benefits and i like the idea of the lockers becoming more
expensive over time when they are not used.
unfortuneately metalab is too chaotic to enforce such a policy :)


:*
9 Oct 2018
12:47:55@email:t2bot.ioEmail Notifier Peter Kuhm <peter@null.priv.at> Re: [hackerspaces] Lockers in a hackerspace?
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Hi,

depends, trash pile for some - precious items for others ;-)
without question, they tend to become occupied and are quickly no
longer the intended boxes for actual projects.


We also have simple drawer cabinets, small unlocked drawers free for
personal use.
not really, Flo - most of them are actually monthly billed (5/8/10EUR)
and collected together with the membership fee.
right so. Sure, sufficient storage space for personal and community stuff
was always a weak spot of Metalab (only for critical infrastructure -Mate
and beer- appropriate measures were taken). Who should monitor the locker
use and change the height of the fees? Someone would come forward to
propose a surveillance system that automatically checks locker door
frequency but the fun ends when proper accounting is required. (Also not
a good sort of income for our space)

cu,
Peter
11 Oct 2018
04:06:25@email:t2bot.ioEmail Notifier Sébastien Gendre <seb@k-7.ch> [hackerspaces] Les «hackerspaces» romands paient cher leur indépendance
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A Swiss article about Hackerspaces, Makerspaces and Fablabs and the
difficulty to find a place for the space:

https://www.letemps.ch/sciences/hackerspaces-romands-paient-cher-independance



26 Oct 2018
13:22:50@email:t2bot.ioEmail Notifier Alexandre Garcia Aguado <aleaguado@educahacker.cc> [hackerspaces] Hacker Culture, Education and Empowerment
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Good Afternoon!!!

I'm Alexandre, from São Paulo - Brazil and i'm part of MindHacker (a
little hackerspace built last year inside the Federal Instituto in
Capivari/SP). I'm also part of some groups and projects that aims to
bring the hacker culture to the schools and connect schools with the
hacker communities.

As part of these efforts, i started last year an investigation about
hacker culture, education and empowerment. At moment, something very
important to us is better understand the characteristics of hacker
culture around the world and it relation with people and community
empowerment/emancipation. To better understand this, i created a brief
questionnaire and i would like to ask your help answering it, if possible!

Thanks a lot for the help! For those who research this subject or have
some interest on it, ping us and let's be in touch.

The questionnaries links are:

    English: http://educahacker.cc/survey/index.php/881144?lang=en

    Portuguse: http://educahacker.cc/survey/index.php/881144?lang=pt-BR

    Spanish: http://educahacker.cc/survey/index.php/881144?lang=es

Thanks!!!

Cheers,

Alex
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22:48:05@email:t2bot.ioEmail Notifier Robert Holub <mrholub@hotmail.com> [hackerspaces] Order vs anarchy - how do you deal with that
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Dear all,

I'm a member of one of hackerpace that is having interpersonal issues now
that could be described like this:

Although it has about 50 of paying members, only few of these are actually
active ( i.e at least showing up sometimes in place).
It is practically impossible to ban somebody for anything (stealing etc.)
as there is no any rule for this and as you can imagine single
mis-behaving person can be a pain and there is no official way how to deal
with it.

Hackerspace has moved to the new place and it was a lot of work to rebuild
it, some of members has put great effort in that while majority didn't
care.
There was a great mess in all of stuff after moving in, some of members
has categorized stuff like parts, tools, wires etc.
There were many dust-covered non-working projects project abandoned years
ago so it was decided put these on the table and put it on mailing list in
order to let owners know and let decide what to do with these.
There was a huge flame war around this despite the fact that NO creations
were intended to be thrown away just sort these out somehow (only junk
like old PC power supplies having wires cut off were thrown out).
Most of people didn't care about these old projects so these were put in
the box and again NOTHING was thrown away.
Now the place is more or less built up but there is no much of activity
there as there are 2 movements in the hackerspace:

First movement insists on actocracy but the problem is that leads in
long-term to damaged projects/equipment of other people etc.

Other movement would like to set more specific rules, for example:
- option to ban persons acting against interest of hackerpsace (stealing
etc.)
- reward members putting efforts in making hackerspace running etc.
- avoiding damaging of equipment so members wouldn't need worry about
having some more sophisticated (and expensive) equipment there.

It was told that actocracy / anarchy works in other hackerspace but no
examples were given.
This has got me an idea to simply ask how this is actually done in other
hackerspaces.

As you can probably feel, I'm in movement of setting up some rules in
order to be able to keep some more sophisticated equipment in hackerspace
without having it ruined etc.

My question is:

How do you organize your hackerspace?
Does really anarchy/actocracy work for you or do you have some set of more
specific rules?
How do you deal with mis-behaving members ?
How do you deal with equipment having damaged/stolen?
Do you reward members having put some efforts in hackerpace running or
just all members are equal?
How do you deal with general mess made by people?
How do you deal with abandoned dust-covered projects whose owner doesn't
care about these anymore?


Thanks in advance for your answers and putting some light in this.

With respect,

Mr.Holub
11 Nov 2018
04:23:59@email:t2bot.ioEmail Notifier Christopher Agocs <chris@agocs.org> Re: [hackerspaces] Order vs anarchy - how do you deal with that
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At the South Side Hackerspace in Chicago, we started off with a set of
bylaws that defined how the space was going to be run. The bylaws defined a
board of directors, who could appoint members to be responsible for various
spaces within our hackerspace (woodshop, electronics bench, 3D printer
zone, etc.). These "area captains" take ownership in making sure tools are
maintained and things are put away. We believe very strongly in actocracy,
but we also believe that there needs to be some structure to keep
things moving.

The bylaws allow for members to be banned (this has only come up once).
They also allow members to propose rules by which the space must be run.
One of the rules defines a means storing half-finished projects in the
space, so long as there is the owner's name and date they'll finish the
project. If a lot of clutter is building up in the space, a board member
can put tags on abandoned projects, take pictures of them, email the
membership, and give people a week to respond before projects are thrown
out. There's very little email drama around it because people understand
the rules.

We believe that most people are generally doing good, and so any leadership
from the board is a light touch.

The bylaws are available here: https://wiki.sshchicago.org/wiki/Bylaws

To answer your questions directly:
We have a group of 5-7 members who serve on the board of directors. The
positions are elected every year, and any member in good standing may run.
The board selects members to act as area captains; they're responsible for
making sure tools are maintained, the areas are cleaned, and supplies are
bought. They spend some of their time at the space taking care of the space.
more specific rules?
More specific. Actocracy works well in early stages when a small core of
people are building the space, but it doesn't scale well I've found.
The board has the power to ban a member, but it's only happened once and
after a lengthy series of warnings and uncomfortable conversations. If a
member messes up, we talk to them, explain what they did wrong, and help
them improve. If they don't want to do better, well, that's a problem.
Equipment breaks. We set aside some money to fix it. If we find a member is
intentionally damaging equipment, that's a problem that we deal with.
just all members are equal?
We have two tiers of members with keys to the space: Full members donate
more money every month; they can vote and get a storage locker. Partial
members get keys to the space and access to the tools, but they can't vote
or get a locker. The board can, and does, give people membership upgrades
to taking on additional responsibilities around the space.
We grumble and clean it up. Area captains spend a couple hours a month
making sure their areas are usable. Personally, if I've noticed a lot of
tools left out, I'll spend some time working on tool storage rather than my
own projects.
care about these anymore?
Create a rule that the membership finds reasonable that lets you give a lot
of warning that something will be thrown out if the owner doesn't remove it
or petition for it to be saved in an entirely reasonable amount of time.
Give plenty of warning, and err on the side of leniency, but you can't let
your hackerspace become an unusable pile of electronics waste.

Good luck!
04:31:02@email:t2bot.ioEmail Notifier Edward L Platt <ed@elplatt.com> Re: [hackerspaces] Order vs anarchy - how do you deal with that
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Sounds like the space might be growing faster than it can support. It
really helps to have a common vision between members. Several of the design
patterns I wrote about here (
https://elplatt.com/new-hackerspace-design-patterns ) are relevant, in
particular: principles, signage, and physics.

Happy hacking,
Ed
04:32:42@email:t2bot.ioEmail Notifier Matt Joyce <matt@nycresistor.com> Re: [hackerspaces] Order vs anarchy - how do you deal with that
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There is no problem that cannot be solved by the liberal application of
nuclear weapons. At least that's what I have learned from starship
troopers.


08:17:17@email:t2bot.ioEmail Notifier Hackerspace Valencia <hackerspacevlc@gmail.com> Re: [hackerspaces] Order vs anarchy - how do you deal with that
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09:59:08@email:t2bot.ioEmail Notifier Jurgen Gaeremyn <jurgen@gaeremyn.be> Re: [hackerspaces] Order vs anarchy - how do you deal with that
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Hello,

as we're going through a rough patch ourselves, I can resonate with your
mail (despite obviously every situation being at least slightly
different). A great resource we'll be tapping into is the "Hack The
Hackerspace" resource that our befriended hackerspace of Ghent once
developed during their rough patch: https://github.com/0x20/HTH

I'll also try answering your questions at the end.

I think we already heard the key issues...

1) this is a growing pain.

A do-ocracy (or meritocracy, or the "be excellent to each other" type of
rules) works great in a community where every persons gets to interact
with every other person. Lots of group dynamic theories here, subtleties
might differ. Won't elaborate. At a given point, different persons have
a different vision of excellence (or 'doing stuff'). Especially when
people did big efforts to do things they find important for the space
(major clean up is a typical example) that others might not notice
(really? wasn't that table empty all the time?), appreciate (meh, I love
a bit of a mess) or even not approve of ("wow, I can't find anything
anymore now" or "who ditched my car I've been planning to work on the
last 3 years?") - this can get painful. Here are a few of the hidden
dynamics behind it (that people often aren't aware of themselves): *
quid pro quo: "I did this effort, so I expect at least the same effort
from others" * "not maintaining what I did, is a form of disrespect"
(towards me or towards the space) * failure to see a difference in vision

2) unanimous is a funny thing, it can sting.

People love the unanimous decision, it gives a feeling of agreement.
Just as a sidenote, it might mean that everyone with different opinions
already left ship... leaving the hackerspace with a poorer (one-sighted)
group. If 50% of the members left the space, there's not much pride in
making an anonymous decision. If this is a critique, it's to our own
space where I have seen very passionate and skilled people leave because
of hard confrontations.

So here are your questions:

* How do you organize your hackerspace?

We have a board - it's a legal obligation for running a non-profit.
Some think this board is only a legal vehicle but the voice of the
commons (regular meetings, open to all) should take decisions.
Some think this board should take leadership.
It's a bit funny if people step into the board with one idea and the get
hammered for not doing the other.

* Does really anarchy/actocracy work for you or do you have some set of
more  specific rules?

Won't answer here, what we're doing isn't working. We're in the phase of
rethinking this.

* How do you deal with mis-behaving members ?

This is a tough one. Define misbehaving.

At one point, we had an issue that went all wrong. This person got a
calming down period where he could come to the space with non-member
permissions (his key was revoked). He needed to regain trust again.
While this person felt hurt by this harsh decision, he decided to stay
away completely for a while. Then he started coming back to the space
and got active again. In the group inside the space, this moment was
also an important moment of introspection: how do we handle small
conflicts on an individual level (avoidance, discrete note, public
shaming, ...) and as a group (gossip, creating clans, ...)?

* How do you deal with equipment having damaged/stolen?

Well... there's a huge difference between 3 kinds of breakage: "I fucked
up" - "Carelessness" - "Malintent" (you could state the same for stealing)
Fuckups... are inherent part of learning and being creative. So let's
see how we can solve this as a group (person breaking stuff obviously
chips in)
Carelessness... is a tough one - often there's no real culprit. Thinking
of machines breaking because of lack of maintenance. I like the idea of
a responsible for every area (saw this idea in Electrolab Paris too).
Malintent... is often a manifestation of a deeper rooted problem (with
the individual, like drug addiction - or with the space, like sindering
conflicts). Often a person leaves after this breach... or you can take
on a personal and/or group track of restauration.

* Do you reward members having put some efforts in hackerpace running
or  just all members are equal?

We've tried a few small things - not really worth noting though. The
most important thing is saying "thank you" and putting great jobs in the
spotlight.
This can even be a "thank you to the unknown person". Ever sent a
picture of the cleaned up space you walked into to the mailing list
adding: "thanks to whoever cleaned up our space! You are excellent."
Pretty sure the person(s) who did it, will feel great (even if nobody
knows who it was).

* How do you deal with general mess made by people?

In the past, this was a bigger problem. Currently, it's down to an
acceptable level. Here are a few thing that help. They're gentlemen's
agreements:
- as soon as a visitor is coming (button in the elevator - so this could
be a member too), a robot voice says: "clean up your mess, we have a
visitor coming."
- the person closing, takes a quick glance to clean up the last neglects
(only works if it's within reason)
- unattended personal projects should be in a member shelf at all time
- cut a person some slack if it's a one time slip-up
- address people when stuff is lying around too often
- we have a crate with electro-junk that goes to the dump when it's
getting full (= free game to recycle).
- sort our other junk

* How do you deal with abandoned dust-covered projects whose owner
doesn't  care about these anymore?

see above: if they're not in a shelf, a message goes out (personal if we
know whose it is, otherwise to the mailing list)
There was a post (iirc here on the list) of the board date-tagging stuff
and if it's not gone after a week (or whatever agreed upon timeslot), it
goes to the dump-crate

So I'm wishing you all the best with your hackerspace! If your mail
reflects what is living in your space... organize a meeting (or a few)
and work towards a solution. There were some great posts on that already.

Grtz,
Jurgen
12 Nov 2018
20:41:33@email:t2bot.ioEmail Notifier Bilal Ghalib <bg@bilalghalib.com> Re: [hackerspaces] Order vs anarchy - how do you deal with that
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This is a simple thumbs up. I just wanted to double underline the
principles and signage parts :)
Thanks Ed!
+BG
22:05:51@email:t2bot.ioEmail Notifier Joshua Pritt <ramgarden@gmail.com> Re: [hackerspaces] Order vs anarchy - how do you deal with that
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At Melbourne Makerspace in FL, USA


How do you organize your hackerspace?
5 board members meet monthly to go over financials, old business and new
business. We also plan events and classes, and anything else that needs to
be done to keep the space running and the bills paid, etc.

Does really anarchy/actocracy work for you or do you have some set of more
specific rules?
We have rules but if something needs to be done and it won't hurt anyone or
the space or break anything, just do it and let the board members know. We
have an email address that automatically emails all 5 of us at once for
everyone and the public to use. For example, our laser cutter broke by
cutting its own water cooling lines (we kept the bucket underneath the
cabinet thinking it had a metal sheet under the honeycomb, it does not) and
one of our new members fixed it by replacing the hoses and another new
member built a wooden "table" that fits underneath to protect the hoses.
Kinda like a do-ocracy of sorts?

How do you deal with mis-behaving members ?
We have a vote by members and board members and then disable their RFID
key. We haven't had anyone steal anything and have security cameras in
every room with off-site video storage for insurance and safety. We were
able to see for example the last person that closed the garage door and
forgot to lock it.

How do you deal with equipment having damaged/stolen?
Damaged equipment gets fixed whenever the person/people that knows how to
fix it has time to fix it. So some things like our wood band saw has been
sitting broken for a few weeks now. Or in the case of the laser cutter we
sometimes have members that take the initiative and just fix it and ask for
forgiveness later. He sent an email with pictures of everything he found
and each step of fixing it. Great to see! Then apologized if he had
overstepped by fixing it.

Do you reward members having put some efforts in hackerpace running or
just all members are equal?
We do offer half price membership to anyone that wants to help open the
space and give tours and help with projects during our 7 days a week open
house hours.

How do you deal with general mess made by people?
We have a snack area with sodas, water, chips, candy, crackers, etc. that
we buy at a big box store and charge a little extra like 50 cents for a
soda and 50 cents for a bag of chips but $1 for chocolate candy. We make
enough from this to pay one of our members to clean and tidy up the space
once a month.

How do you deal with abandoned dust-covered projects whose owner doesn't
care about these anymore?
We have a rule that no one can leave projects out on any of the tables so
you have to store it in your member storage box (cardboard bankers box from
Staples). If it doesn't fit then take it home. If your project is drying
glue or paint, etc. then put a note on it with your name and date you'll be
back. After that date we start sending emails. Then after a few days we
email again and call you. If no response then it gets broken down into
parts to be used by other members in their projects or thrown away.



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-=[ BSidesLjubljana Event info ]=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-

BSidesLjubljana - https://bsidesljubljana.si
Date: March 16th, 2019
Venue: Poligon creative centre, Ljubljana, Slovenia, Europe
CFP URL: https://bsidesljubljana.si/cfp/
CFP Submit form: https://goo.gl/forms/bC0AItDdYWQgnYzn2
Email: cfp[at]bsidesljubljana[dot]si
Twitter: @BSidesLjubljana
Twitter hashtag: #BSidesLjubljana


-=[ CALL FOR PAPERS ]=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-

We are looking for speakers, sponsors and everyone in between!

Topics of interest include (but are in no way limited to) the
following, preference is given to talks that actually provide
solutions as well as insight to problems:


[*] Offensive and Defensive Technologies and Techniques
[*] Bugs and Reverse Engineering (finding and fixing)
[*] Incident Handling, Forensics and Anti-Forensics
[*] Virtualisation, Container, and Cloud Computing Security
[*] Owning the Enterprise, Infrastructure, Applications,
Databases and Client-side security
[*] Cryptography, Cryptocurrencies, Cryptozoology and other
Crypto-fu
[*] Embedded/Hardware Hacking and the Internet of Shit(tm)
[*] Application and Mobile Security
[*] Networking, Comms, Critical National Infrastructure (CNI)
[*] Human hacking / Social engineering
[*] Cyberspace, Policing, Law, Interception, and Human Rights


(If it is not on the list but want to submit anyway, please
do so and we’ll be glad to consider it!)

Please submit entries via:
https://goo.gl/forms/bC0AItDdYWQgnYzn2

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We are planning several participation formats. The terms and
conditions are described below:

#1. 40 minutes talk

The speaker is granted 40 minutes to present his/her
paper and 15 minutes to answer questions in one of the
two halls where the event will be held.

#2. Lightning talks

The speaker is granted 10 minutes to present his/her
paper and 5 minutes to answer questions in a separate
hall. (For this type of format you register talk at
the event)

#3. Workshop

The speaker prepares his/her presentation and any
training materials he/she needs. He/she is granted 2
or more hours to conduct the master class in
a separate hall/room.


Please submit your talk/workshop
proposals via https://goo.gl/forms/bC0AItDdYWQgnYzn2

We do not accept marketing and non-technical commercial
papers!

The accepted language is English.

We can’t wait to see your ideas!

-=[ TIMELINE ]=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=

[*] 2018 November 20th: CFP Open
[*] 2019 February 15th: CFP Deadline
[*] 2019 February 20th: Acceptance Notification
[*] 2019 March 16th: \o/ BSides Ljubljana 0x7E3 \o/

-=[ Are you interested in sponsoring us? ]=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=

BSides Ljubljana is a non-profit community driven event, and
relies on the kind sponsorship of people and companies like
you to succeed. If you want to support the initiative and
gain visibility by sponsoring, please contact us by
writing an e-mail to 'sponsorship [at] bsidesljubljana.si'.
More at https://0x7e3.bsidesljubljana.si/sponsors/

If you have any questions, please certainly feel free
to contact me directly.


Thanks!

[1] https://bsidesljubljana.si/archives/
[2] https://bsidesljubljana.si/
[3] https://bsidesljubljana.si/cfp/
[4] https://goo.gl/forms/bC0AItDdYWQgnYzn2

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