I love the idea of a list of requirements.

For me, I like the current SudoRoom spaces because of the big common area with a library like space.  any future space for work or play for me would have a lovely common room as well.

 If any future area has a safe common area that's a layer removed from the street that's pretty cool. 

I think it helps a lot with welcoming newcomers, who  might feel claustrophic jumping into the SudoRoom right away.

the common area also does a lot to dissolve potential conflicts, as it provides many peaceful spaces away from the sudoRoom itself. noisebridge has a lot of side rooms that serve the same purpose.

I like that the common area is not at street level and that people have to make a commitment to walk up the stairs... but then the common room is like a halfway point, a nice limbo where people can dip in and out of the sudoroom before making up their minds.

 I used to volunteer at Rock Paper Scissors Collective and we'd get all sorts of interesting characters, but they have a storefront, so it's a different vibe.

i like the random interactions we have with the Public School. i feel that they are doing the same thing as us in a twisted kind of way.

On Wed, Apr 24, 2013 at 7:49 PM, Marc Juul <marcjc@gmail.com> wrote:
On Tue, Apr 23, 2013 at 5:22 PM, Patrik D'haeseleer <patrikd@gmail.com> wrote:
I don't think the zoning on Franklin would work out for bio, but I should really let Marc answer - he's got all the details.

Unfortunately this space wouldn't work for the bio space due to zoning.

I'll send out some info on what the bio space needs are, and while I would love to have the two spaces be in the same building, I don't think the bio space's needs should prevent sudo room from moving to an awesomer space.

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