[Build] building stuff?

jim jim at well.com
Wed Jan 13 22:29:34 UTC 2010

   Thanks for the note, Kelly. 

   You have probably noticed the new pipes and boxes 
along the south wall near the sewing machines, yes? 
   They can quickly be energized, assuming I get some 
help with some of the tedious but easy things 
(screwing screws). 
   Consider that before undertaking to move the shelves 
and all the members' stuff. 

   The plan for the library shelves may involve some 
mayhem, but assuming somebodies will help before the 
breaking point, the locations are between the windows 
(but not under the windows) and along the west end of 
the south wall, in and around the vertical black pipes 
and from the west wall to the nearest column enbedded 
in the south wall. 
   It would be wonderful if Crutcher or anyone else 

   I don't believe I have your cellphone, Kelly. Mine 
is 415 823 4590. 

   My available hours are pretty few, as I now have a 
short-term contract, the first income since last June. 
   I'm scheduled to come to 2169 on Mondays from 6:30 
PM to 8 PM, Tuesdays and Fridays between 3 PM and 6 PM 
and on Wednesdays from 6 PM till 8 PM. I try to arrive 
early and do a little electrical work, which is my 
first priority until I get power to the darkroom. 
   I may be able to show up at other times, but not 
likely and/or not for long, as I have some intense 
family stuff going on as well as on-going obligations 
to various techy groups I belong to. Still and all, I'd 
like to help out with the library shelving project. 


On Wed, 2010-01-13 at 13:43 -0800, Kelly wrote:
> Crutcher has been talking about swapping the current member shelves
> with the sewing area (hack shelf and adjacent hack zone nook would
> remain) so that the sewing machines can use the outlets over there,
> and also so that the sewing zone is more nook-ified, and not in the
> middle of Electronics Zone.  I've told him that I'll help.
> The new library shelving would be going between the windows, right?
> It sounds like we should coordinate with you guys about any movement
> that we do, and I think that I at least (if not also Crutcher) could
> be recruited to help with library shelf building.
> Jim and peter, I think you both have my cell #?  I plan to be around
> NB friday night and possibly also tonight, and probably large chunks
> of the weekend.
> -Kelly
> On Wed, Jan 13, 2010 at 12:17 PM, dpc <weasel at meer.net> wrote:
> > jim <jim at well.com> writes:
> >
> >>    as to the library shelving, i'm in despair.  several people have
> >> offered to help and then disappeared. i really want to get the books
> >> available.
> >
> > i made some mortise cut shelves over the past weekend in an effort to
> > abuse a dado blade and table saw.
> >
> >  http://www.flickr.com/photos/26138813@N03/4249043657/in/set-72157616501500245/
> >
> > i could bang out some more pretty fast now, but i've forgotten what the
> > various shelving plans were (there was a little talk w/ john a while
> > back, but i lost track)
> >
> > \p
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