Things are happening very quickly and tonight's Sudoroom meeting is
going to be important. If you are interested in the process of our
move or reboot, or have feelings and opinions about any of it, coming
to this meeting would be a good idea.
Counter-Culture Labs will also be meeting at the same space and there
will be opportunities (like last week) for us to talk together about
the many details involved in potentially sharing the space at the
P.S. Cross-posting to sudo-announce, but please only reply on sudo-discuss.
We have a new calendar system that allows for booking events. This has
always been a struggle with sudo room activities. However, we have not yet
made the transition to this new system as we need a bit of volunteer help
to groom events from the old system.
Let me know if you could lend a hand.
To join this discussion of "rebooting" sudo room, sharing our visions, and
building shared vision through consensus, please join the sudo-discuss
email list or join us at a weekly meeting soon (Wednesdays at 7pm in the
common space at 2141 Broadway, entrance on 22nd between Broadway and
Telegraph, down the hall, up the elevator, across the large room).
---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Matthew Senate <mattsenate(a)gmail.com>
Date: Wed, Apr 23, 2014 at 1:35 PM
Subject: [vision] Sudo Reboot
To: sudo-discuss <sudo-discuss(a)lists.sudoroom.org>
What does it mean to have a sudo reboot? What do we see? What do we want to
put our energy and effort towards?
We've come a long way. I'd like to start a thread just hearing what folks
think about rebooting sudo room.
*If you had a chance to re-write sudo room from scratch, what would would
you do differently?*
We now have something like this chance.
A few critical topics to discuss include:
* Major health concern with unscheduled bug-bomb poison released in kitchen by landlord during day with people in use of the common space, and related conflicts.
* Moving spaces to 4799 Shattuck, aka The Omni with the Omni Collective http://omni-oakland.org
* Sudo Room reboot, possible forking options.