[hackerspaces] Opening party of the smoke-free hackerspace AFRA in Berlin, Germany

hadez hadez.hso at nrrd.de
Fri Nov 9 10:54:57 CET 2012

On Fri, Nov 9, 2012 at 10:41 AM, Sascha Kaupp <h0uz3 at foto23.com> wrote:
> To clear this up: Almost all hackerspaces in Europe are smoke-free, but
> most hackerspaces in Berlin allow smoking inside. That's just very specific
> to that town. :)

indeed, and afra isn't the first space that established a strict
no-smoking rule because of past experience of exactly this sort. so as
weird as it might look, there's still a need to spell it out in some
places :)
looking back i still consider the no-smoking rule one of the best
decisions made during the foundation meeting of the local space here
in town three and a half years ago.

> Anyway, AFRA is a much needed addition to the world of hackerspaces,
> because there are never enough hackerspaces. :)

indeed! the more the merrier.
actually, there need to be more AFRAs because there's never enough redundancy :)

that being said, a hearty welcome to the world of physical spaces and
greetings from infuanfu afra stuttgart chapter, kombinat23, and
gruCfrecVenzen, hdz

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