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== Do-ocracy ==
 
The [http://hackerspaces.org hackerspace] movement is in many ways a physical manifestation of the open source [http://gnu.org/ software] and [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Open-source_hardware hardware] movements.  As such, we borrow [http://hackerspaces.org/wiki/Design_Patterns patterns] and ideas from other hackerspaces whenever possible.
 
The [http://hackerspaces.org hackerspace] movement is in many ways a physical manifestation of the open source [http://gnu.org/ software] and [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Open-source_hardware hardware] movements.  As such, we borrow [http://hackerspaces.org/wiki/Design_Patterns patterns] and ideas from other hackerspaces whenever possible.
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In the spirit of borrowing, FamiLAB ascribes to the [https://www.noisebridge.net/wiki/Do-ocracy Do-ocracy] model as described by our friends at [https://www.noisebridge.net/wiki/Noisebridge Noisebridge].  Rather than reproduce it here, we ask you to read the page on Do-cracy at Noisebridge's website.
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<strong>tl;dr - If you want something done, do it, but remember to be excellent to each other when doing so.</strong>
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== Responsibilities ==
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If there's one way to make sure a hacker does something, it's to tell them that they can't do it.  In that spirit, we'd like to tell you what you CAN (and MUST) do at FamiLAB.

Revision as of 19:47, 2 December 2011

Do-ocracy

The hackerspace movement is in many ways a physical manifestation of the open source software and hardware movements. As such, we borrow patterns and ideas from other hackerspaces whenever possible.

In the spirit of borrowing, FamiLAB ascribes to the Do-ocracy model as described by our friends at Noisebridge. Rather than reproduce it here, we ask you to read the page on Do-cracy at Noisebridge's website.

tl;dr - If you want something done, do it, but remember to be excellent to each other when doing so.

Responsibilities

If there's one way to make sure a hacker does something, it's to tell them that they can't do it. In that spirit, we'd like to tell you what you CAN (and MUST) do at FamiLAB.