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General stUFF, Guff consists of all of the things (well, consumables) at the hackerspace that don't belong to a particular person, and are available to use.  The general rule is that guff does not leave the space (you don't take it home for a project, or for personal use). But on the other hand, once something is part of a project or hack, it's no longer guff.
 
General stUFF, Guff consists of all of the things (well, consumables) at the hackerspace that don't belong to a particular person, and are available to use.  The general rule is that guff does not leave the space (you don't take it home for a project, or for personal use). But on the other hand, once something is part of a project or hack, it's no longer guff.
 
== Hackerspace ==
 
== Hackerspace ==
There are many definitions of hackerspaces, but it is generally agreed hackerspapaces meet at least 5 or 6 of the  
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There are many definitions of hackerspaces, but it is generally agreed hackerspapaces meet at least 5 or 6 of the following guidelines:
1 Owned and operated by it’s members in a spirit of equality.
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* Owned and operated by it’s members in a spirit of equality.
 
* Is a nonprofit organization, and open to the outside world on a (semi)regular basis.
 
* Is a nonprofit organization, and open to the outside world on a (semi)regular basis.
 
* Shares tools, equipment and ideas without discrimination.
 
* Shares tools, equipment and ideas without discrimination.

Revision as of 02:00, 15 November 2009

Guff

General stUFF, Guff consists of all of the things (well, consumables) at the hackerspace that don't belong to a particular person, and are available to use. The general rule is that guff does not leave the space (you don't take it home for a project, or for personal use). But on the other hand, once something is part of a project or hack, it's no longer guff.

Hackerspace

There are many definitions of hackerspaces, but it is generally agreed hackerspapaces meet at least 5 or 6 of the following guidelines:

  • Owned and operated by it’s members in a spirit of equality.
  • Is a nonprofit organization, and open to the outside world on a (semi)regular basis.
  • Shares tools, equipment and ideas without discrimination.
  • A strong emphasis on technology and invention.
  • Has shared space (or is working on a space) as a center of the community.
  • A strong spirit of invention and science, based on trial, error, and freely sharing information.