[hackerspaces] There is no place like ::1

Kive kive at kive.me
Wed Aug 25 07:29:44 CEST 2010

I certainly don't wish to resurrect the whole US-centric argument of whether
or not a squat is legal/right or not..

Many spaces around the world have demonstrated sustainable models in which
hackerspaces may thrive. Just wondering... why do you *prefer* a squat, or
consider it to be the default?

Please forgive my North American ignorance, I'm genuinely curious.


On Wed, Aug 25, 2010 at 1:00 AM, DecereBrain <decerebrain at dg-sc.org> wrote:

> I am proud to announce the birth of the Le Localhost non-profit
> association, which is the hackerspace project in Lille, (north of) France.
> The next step is obviously get a new place to re-start our hackerspace.
> We still consider the now empty squat Les Hauts Lieux as an option since
> we do not think the negociations with Inditex/Zara as being over; on the
> other hand, we have opened negociations with the Municipality of Lille,
> and we hope this can give good results. And we still have in mind that we
> *can* start a new squat to host our hackerspace...
> We will hold a booth at the so called "Braderie de Lille", which is one of
> the biggest popular events here in France. It takes place every first
> week-end of september (this year: saturday the 4th and sunday the 5th of
> september). Do not hesitate to come and meet us if you happen to be near
> our city!
> Best regards,
> DecereBrain
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