[hackerspaces] Let's end the unnecessary joining of the words "food" and "hacking"

Kevin Mitnick kevin.mitnick at outlook.com
Mon Jan 27 08:42:39 CET 2014

Thanks for contributing to the conversation by diluting the term even further. Noisebridge is as much as a hackerspace as a homeless shelter, so as a result can I consider what you guys do as "homeless hacking"? You guys seem to do a lot of "sleep hacking" too and I believe you're toying with "lease hacking" in the process as well.
How about you address my points rather than hiding behind a grey area.

Kevin Mitnick(May or may not be the Kevin you think I am)

Date: Sun, 26 Jan 2014 23:30:38 -0800
From: rubin at starset.net
To: discuss at lists.hackerspaces.org
Subject: Re: [hackerspaces] Let's end the unnecessary joining of the words "food" and "hacking"

"Noisebridge is a hackerspace. An attendee of a hacker space is a
hacker. A hacker is someone who hacks... This may be axiomatic, but it's
also true." --Zephyr
Those who try to define hacking and hackers are doomed to an eternity of
defending their interpretation.
rubin at starset.net

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