[hackerspaces] Housing other organizations in the hackerspace

David Raison david at hackerspace.lu
Fri Sep 25 22:17:40 CEST 2009

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Hi Eric,

Well, we're still evaluating the membership fees, but at this very
moment, they're paying 4 times the minimum membership fee of a regular
member (i.e. 24€/month)

But I do very much like the Metalab's approach (as described by Enki)
and we will consider this at the end of our evaluation period.

What they bring is projects, people, prestige to some degree, and they
fill up the schedule.


Eric Michaud wrote:
> Well here's a basic question would they be paying for that exclusive access? If they are, how much, is it the same as the per member rate that your space is paying? If not ten what benefits is the group as a whole bringing to the HackerSpace.
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: David Raison <david at hackerspace.lu>
> Date: Fri, 25 Sep 2009 12:24:05 
> To: Hackerspaces General Discussion List<discuss at lists.hackerspaces.org>
> Subject: [hackerspaces] Housing other organizations in the hackerspace
> Hey folks!
> We were wondering how you handle "third party" organizations in your
> hackerspace. Especially the Metalab, since you seem to accommodate quite
> an important number of associations and clubs.
> We're having the local Chaos Computer Club over on Monday evenings and
> were discussing whether we'd grant them exclusive usage rights over the
> room they occupy during those meetings.
> Thing is, we only have 2 rooms and would either loose a workshop or
> chill-out & socializing room.
> So... how do you handle this? Any advice besides "get a space with more
> rooms?" ;)
> thanks,
> David
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