Rulez

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  1. Unwritten rules are invalid.
  2. Non-members may not use Shopbox ([NYCResistor] MEETING NOTES 10/4/2016)
  3. Members may not sponsor events under the NYCR brand without approval from the membership during a regular member meeting (Meeting notes Tue, Aug 23, 2016 at 8:10 PM)
  4. "We've discussed before that hacker-in-residence doesn't get Slack or email access; they do get a key to the space while they're here; it's a short-term deal." (Meeting notes Tue, Aug 9, 2016 at 8:25 PM)
  5. "If you do a shopbot project please clean up your scrap! Cut your scrap up, break it down into a bag, send it out with the trash. There's also a garbage bin in the shop, if you can fit your crap into that." (Meeting notes Tue, Aug 9, 2016 at 8:25 PM)
  6. Hotshelves: Things not labeled that are placed on the hotshelves will be discarded via Doom Cart protocol. ([NYCResistor] Meeting Notes - May 24, 2016)
  7. NO PEOPLE UNDER THE AGE OF 18 PERMITTED IN THE SPACE (since 2008) Possibly no one under 21 (Since 2010?)
  8. "Class payments. Done at the end of the month, to the Paypal account you use for your Membership Dues. Email paypal@nycresistor.com or classes@nycresistor.com if you have any issues." ([NYCResistor] Meeting notes 05/03/16)
  9. => We are putting unlabeled hotshelf things into e-waste If you can't find your thing, it's in ewaste. ([NYCResistor] OI M8 HERD U WANTED MEETING MINUTES 2016-04-19)
  10. ++ Dumping of table trash on Monday / Thursday night. ([NYCResistor] Meeting notes 2016-04-12)
  11. "Dogs in the space? NO ([NYCResistor] Meeting Minutes 2015-11-24)
    1. who's got horrible allergies to dogs in the space?
    2. FIVE people raise their hands.
    3. PLEASE don't bring dogs if you can avoid it. Thanks. we love you. We love your dogs. But please not here.
    4. Matt borgatti? What about erotic pets?
  12. "Chris Fenton:We’re officially suspending our no weapon building in the space policy ONLY for projects involving NASA." ([NYCResistor] Meeting notes: September 8th 2015)
    1. A conversation about not discriminating against "type of service" begins and devolves"