Really funny. You try to define a hackerspace, even without really defining what a hacker itself is. This issue still isn't resolved completely.
- some guy
The definition of hacker will always be contested. It's kind of the point of hackers. You will ask ten people and get ten different answers.
This page sucks. I'm going to take the liberty to re-write it. Most of what is said is claptrap (i.e. bullshit -- sounds authoritative but isn't). Fair warning.
Maybe you're the wrong person to re-write the page if you don't understand it and find it "very obscure." Just saying, this isn't your personal page. Most of the people listed are easily accessible and some even lurking on the discussion list, which would be a great place to talk about re-vamping the page. Actually I'l send that email right now. --aschrock (talk) 05:36, 11 February 2014 (CET)
- That's the point. The only point of a "theory" page is not for the cognoscenti (hackers, et al.) -- it's for the academics and curious onlookers who are interested in the general ideas but don't know what they are. -- Average, who forgot to sign his name
- Hey, why not join hackerspace-theory list if you want to discuss it? In any case, feel free to add stuff but nuking is probably not the best solution. --maxigas
End result: Talked out of participating.