[EMS Discuss] idea...? :D
Sun Oct 20 10:51:41 PDT 2013
I feel like we have discussed membership cost increasing many times before.
I don't think it has ever ended in any actual consideration to change
anything though. There are some of us, me included in not embarrassed to
say, that $25 is a hell of a lot to pay already. There would have to be a
much larger space and brand new shiny tools there for me to consider paying
Everyone has heard me say this before. I personally think, if we have a
presentable space. Not something full of junk and rusty tools. We could
start asking for sponsorship funding from local businesses.
There is a lot we can do.
On Sun, Oct 20, 2013 at 10:06 AM, James Hukill <EMAIL HIDDEN> wrote:
> I agree, but, there has to be some value add for the increase dues.
> Bigger space with more room and not a project dump (aka bike cart overdue
> for going away) site is a start.
> We might chase folks away and there are some current members that the
> current dues are already at their max. The idea of some shop work credit
> has been thrown about but I never heard what he board had to say about
> it(?). If you are at your max dues then you have open and close the open
> house nights or other shop duties, well lets be honest chores for lack of
> a better term. The shit no one wants to due but needs to get done and if
> that helps you stay in at a price you can afford I am all for that.
> But more to the point you were working on. Better tools, toys and
> resources for current and a draw for future members. IMHO I think a new
> space will breed some new enthusiasm into the shop and might bring some
> life back into EMS.. who knows...
> Is there a list of tools we want/need anymore? It used to be on the
> whiteboard and was supposed to get transferred to a inventory system that
> was going online? That I was Kassandra I think. Do we have a location for
> groups projects and their status?
> On Sun, Oct 20, 2013 at 9:49 AM, Cord Slatton <EMAIL HIDDEN> wrote:
>> Recently Marie came across an article that explained Makerspaces and
>> their costs and gave a range of services etc. for a variety of areas and
>> uses...The lowest membership dues even listed were $35/month. Maybe we need
>> to increase our dues just slightly to give us more flexibility and to allow
>> us to invest in ourselves and have better equipment and a better location.
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