A Makerspace is a public place, which people should use to work together and learn (from each other). They should be able to work in such a place on their own or on common projects or also work on other creative things they are currently working on. The word “things” is deliberately chosen in this context, because in a makerspace it doesn’t matter what is currently being worked on. It can be something artistic such as music, images or audio material, but it can also be something manual. Makerspace therefore offers a platform for the mutual exchange of knowledge, for discussions or simply for working. With regard to the equipment, there are no specific guidelines. In general, however, the more a makerspace has to offer, the better it is. The users of a makerspace are called “makers”.

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