[hackerspaces] RE : Re: Hackerspaces as incubators

Don Ankney dankney at hackerco.de
Mon Sep 12 20:24:55 CEST 2011

  I hope that this is the norm -- isn't having a space for doing things the
whole point?

I'd expect start-ups to be in a similar role. If they're spending resources
documenting history and culture, then they probably aren't in the right

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From: Philippe Langlois
Sent: Monday, September 12, 2011 5:44 AM
To: Hackerspaces General Discussion List
Subject: [hackerspaces] RE : Re:  Hackerspaces as incubators

The problem does not rely here in hackerspace but on documentation.
It seems to me that more emphasis is done on Doing things (including
innovation & startups) than documenting them in our context.
Are we the only ones in this situation ?

Phil from /tmp/lab

Le 10 sept. 2011, 8:23 PM, "Walter van Holst" <walter at revspace.nl> a écrit :

On 9/10/11 5:21 PM, Sector67 Team wrote: > > We've (http://sector67.org) got
800 sq ft of incubator ...
Well so fare the answers haven't been quite useful in general, which makes
me assume that my question was not phrased correctly.

I am looking for (scientific) articles about hackerspaces playing a role as
incubators for innovation.

So, I am not very interested in hackerspaces doubling as rental spaces for
startups. I am interested in documented cases of interesting startups that
began in a hackerspace. With a strong emphasis on "documented".



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