The O'Reilly/DARPA Makerspace.com blog post notes the of released their 'Makerspace Playbook' and updated the high school makerspace tools & materials doc. They have asked for comments on the PDFs. I have not read them in detail yet, but thought these would be a great starting point for discussions at Space Camp.
Makerspace.com is a parallel (and funded) approach to building makerspaces from ours here. They are being very open about their docs (as we've come to expect from MAKE and O'Reilly). I think there is great opportunity for collaboration and extrapolation. Similarly with the USFabLab Network... they are also working on a playbook for starting a space.