[Noisebridge-discuss] tubs versus walls for member shelves

Jake jake at spaz.org
Thu Feb 16 02:10:51 UTC 2012

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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