[Darkroom] Darkroom calendar and updates

Kelly hurtstotouchfire at gmail.com
Wed Apr 18 18:38:22 UTC 2012

Your reaction is really bizarre to me, Rubin. I really would have
expected you to be aware of and communicate the norms in the space
regarding storing personal items. I agree that having contact info is
a also a norm, but I was unaware of anyone else keeping anywhere near
the volume of stuff that Celeste has in there. I mean, this is what
member shelves are for. She has a 2 drawer filing cabinet of dedicated
personal space. That would probably all fit very nicely on a member

Can you clarify who else is storing personal items in the room?
Because I am not aware of anything else. All of the paper in the large
bins was donated and so was the film. I agree that we've all kept
personal projects there at one time or another but generally for less
than a week while they were in progress.

I just think a few square feet of space in there is really valuable,
and don't want to see it dedicated to personal storage when we have
member shelves for that. I should also point out that non-members can
have member shelves. Celeste, I would be happy to clear one for you.


On Wed, Apr 18, 2012 at 01:28, Rubin Abdi <rubin at starset.net> wrote:
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> Kelly wrote, On 2012-04-18 01:21:
>> This one somehow slipped by me. Please don't store your personal
>> supplies in the darkroom. Get a member shelf. If your stuff isn't
>> moved next time I come to the space (next week?) I'm going to move
>> it.
> A bunch of us have been keeping personal photo project like items in
> the darkroom for a while now (years). We have the space for it, it's
> useful to keep them in there. I don't see it as a problem just as long
> as thing that seem to be taken as communal are left there with that
> expectancy, and names/contact info is attached. Already talked to
> Celeste about such things and also plastering her name on anything she
> doesn't want others to use.
> - --
> Rubin
> rubin at starset.net
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