[Noisebridge-discuss] [Build] Wall idea for classroom
jim at well.com
Wed Nov 30 03:34:39 UTC 2011
of course! goes without saying. and our shelves
are our shelves are your shelves
On Tue, 2011-11-29 at 18:04 -0800, Rubin Abdi wrote:
> jim wrote, On 2011-11-29 18:00:
> > Just for clarity, the linux sys adm group meets on tuesdays from 3 to
> > 6; there's a C and assembler on Linux study group on Tuesdays from 6
> > to 7:30 or so. There's a linux user group meeting every wednesday
> > from 6 to 8.
> Your Linux is my Linux is our Linux.
> > As to the other things you've mentioned, others also have ideas they
> > want to bring to the place; like shelves on the walls and a projector
> > and audio in the turing classroom--available for anybody to use, of
> > course. seems right to collaborate on shared ideas, yes?
> And we're doing that now. Would you get those who are also interested in
> shelving up Turing speak up on the list as to why they feel this is a
> good idea over keeping the room open for more people to fit in?
> > We've been maintaining a two-host LAN in Turing for over a year,
> > powered off almost all the time as a matter of courtesy to the NB
> > electric bill. it needs a small switch on the west wall and on the
> > east wall.
> Thanks! Is there any way we can make it so that you guys wouldn't even
> need a switch physically in the room? Or maybe a switch that disappears
> along with the class? Another big problem is rouge devices that appear,
> people plug into, then wonder why the hell the internet isn't working.
> > (sigh) judging from the email, i'm guessing there will be at least
> > one discussion item for tonight's meeting.
> Good chance I wont be at the meeting tonight. :)
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