[Noisebridge-discuss] tubs versus walls for member shelves
shannon at scatter.com
Thu Feb 16 02:14:47 UTC 2012
Part of the idea is to make Noisebridge look *less* like a junkyard.
On Wed, Feb 15, 2012 at 6:10 PM, Jake <jake at spaz.org> wrote:
> I really think it would be better to use that corrugated plastic from
> political ads or psychic reader signs and attach it to the shelves, to
> create walls. They can be entirely enclosed to prevent perusal.
> That solution will waste zero space, and more importantly, the shelves
> contents can't GO anywhere because it's not in a tub.
> On Wed, 15 Feb 2012, Ben Kochie wrote:
> > So I have some design criteria that need to be met.
> > * Easily sourced and be of a design that is likely to be around for a
> > while in case we need more.
> > * A very clear visible color/design so they will be recognizable as
> > "member totes".
> > * Sturdy enough to withstand years of hacker abuse.
> > * Not super expensive.
> > * Not require a proprietary shelving system.
> > The bins Shannon is proposing meet these requirements.
> > However as you point out they do waste a small amount of space. There
> > is room for improvement but the benefits of having a bin for every
> > member outweigh this one negative.
> > Do you have a link to a source where we can get the items you mentioned?
> > I'm in for $100 to fund Shannon's proposal.
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