[hackerspaces] kids, insurances, parental control

LexIcon unpublishednumber at gmail.com
Wed Jan 27 21:43:29 CET 2010

Can you two just ignore each other, please?

Can we agree that there is no clear answer on whether children can be 
given access to hacker labs without close supervision (or US hacker labs 
without lots of insurance coverage)?

Can we also stop talking about this generally unless a lawyer actually 
enters the conversation?

If there are specific issues, like "what is your safety policy about 
children and soldering irons" that would be helpful here, but as a 
larger issue you really need shop by shop policies based on legal advice 
and local member consensus, and a not global hackerspace movement consensus.

- Lex

Matt Joyce wrote:
> noise += 1
> On Wed, Jan 27, 2010 at 2:46 PM, webmind <webmind at puscii.nl 
> <mailto:webmind at puscii.nl>> wrote:
>     Hash: SHA1
>     Matt Joyce wrote:
>     >
>     > Webmind, you tagged parts of your response as flames, as well as
>     > aggressive.  Then you went ahead and sent it anyways.

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