Prishtina Hackerspace Culture
Prishtina Hackerspace strives to promote an open and welcoming culture. We like the fact that we’re a public resource for the community. To keep this kind of openness in our community, it takes a little more effort in a social sense to keep things running smoothly. Being part of an open community can be a challenge sometimes. Try to display a little extra politeness, a little extra patience, a little extra cleanliness and a little extra friendliness.
Our primary policy is to “Be Excellent to Eachother.” If you’re not being excellent to your other members, expect to get called out for it. And if you don’t know whether or not something you’re doing is excellent, odds are, it isn’t.
Prishtina Hackerspace is not a non-profit organization yet, but it functions as a project within FLOSSK. We collect dues from our membership to pay rent, utilities, security and maintenance of the space. Any funds left over are used for tools and consumables for Prishtina Hackerspace.
All Prishtina Hackerspace staff or members are volunteers and are not compensated financially. You can reach us by emailing info[AT]prishtinahackerspace[DOT]org.
Prishtina Hackerspace has an Open Meeting every Tuesday at 8pm. This is best time to come by the space to find out what’s happening and meet our community.
We keep a calendar of other upcoming meetings and events at http://www.prishtinahackerspace.org/events
Prishtina Hackerspace will accept your donations of equipment or money. We accept all electronic and electromechanical equipment, except CRT monitors, or items containing CRT monitors. Donations should be made to FLOSSK NGO. See (Donations Page)
If you have any questions, contact info[AT]prishtinahackerspace[DOT]org.