[hackerspaces] Cleaning up the wiki "list of hackerspaces"

Dave Null noid23 at gmail.com
Mon Nov 22 21:24:01 CET 2010

Apparently someone edits it. I just checked over the list and notice that
our space is no longer even listed..

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On Mon, Nov 22, 2010 at 12:16 PM, Nate Bezanson <myself at telcodata.us> wrote:

> The list of hackerspaces is something of a mess. How do dead entries get
> removed? Is it okay to edit entries for spaces one is not a member of?
> This came to mind because yesterday, on National Public Radio in the US,
> there was a story about hackerspaces. The corresponding article is here:
> http://www.npr.org/2010/11/12/131268511/diy-hackers-tinker-everyday-things-into-treasure
> As you can see, it contains a link to that wiki page. I sorta feel bad for
> any curious radio listener who hits the page and tries to make sense of
> it. The second half of the npr story airs next week, so any cleanup done
> between now and then will help improve the image for new visitors. And in
> general, having a clean, organized list is always good.
> -Nate-
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