Working on a Mozilla offices space (take 3!)

Kumar McMillan kmcmillan at
Tue Mar 7 04:54:04 UTC 2017

Interesting. I thought about it for a minute. I don't know if I would
realistically commute to an office more than once a week. Thus, retaining
my home office expense is probably more optimal for me.

Regardless, count me in for another Friday meetup sometime! I would prefer
to do something more like co-working instead of a happy hour -- co-working,
as in a longer window of time that people can drop in and out of, do work,
and say hi.

On Mon, Mar 6, 2017 at 3:59 PM, Lars Bergstrom <larsberg at> wrote:

> I have been working with WPR and Sam and Ann Marie from MoFo to revive the
> Chicago office space conversation.
> The short version of the situation is: if you are a remote MoCo employee
> and are NOT currently expensing your home setup (chair, desk, internet,
> paper, etc.), then you have the option of "contributing" your $350/month
> coworking space budget towards an improved Chicago office location. Billing
> details tbd (but hopefully consolidated and not actually N individual bills
> & expenses).
> Please reply (privately to myself / Sam / Ann Marie or to this thread, if
> you prefer) if you are interested in using your budget towards this and
> would therefore like to be involved in the space selection.
> The longer version is that WPR is still not "creating" new offices and is
> sticking with their policy of asking remote employees to get their own
> space. They (rightly) have observed that people from scattered teams
> basically leave offices like Boston empty and just get together on Friday
> for a griping / hacking session.
> Since MoFo has a colocated Hive team and need for a dedicated space, I was
> hoping that we could add on some MoCo budget to get some floating desk
> space, day passes, a space to hold meetups, and conference rooms that we
> could reserve for small to medium workweeks (say, < 12 people for a week).
> If it's big enough, I'll even put an Oculus Rift or HTC Vive roomscale VR
> setup in the space for people to use / demo when I'm not working on it.
> Regardless, once the weather sorts out whatever in the world it's doing,
> I'll start bugging people again for monthly Friday meetups at a coffee shop
> or similar :-)
> Thanks and hope you're all doing well!
> - Lars
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