[Noisebridge-discuss] Turing - Please put your projects on your shelf

rachel lyra hospodar rachelyra at gmail.com
Fri Feb 17 21:38:02 UTC 2012

I thought general opinion was that shelves reduced the space available in
the incredibly crowded classrooms. There used to be shelves and they were
removed to make room for classes.  The only person I've really heard speak
out in favor of shelves, in fact, is you, jim.

Jim, can you store your tools and electrical materials in the closet that's
full of tools and buildout materials already, instead of in the classroom
where we try to cram it full of students?  That seems a lot more
appropriate to me.


On Feb 16, 2012 5:53 PM, "jim" <jim at well.com> wrote:

>    The portable rack is there for the use of the Linux
> study group people. The machines used to be in the rack
> for the space; I moved them out so's to save electricity.
>    I have an amp and a couple of small speakers there
> for use in the classroom (to go along with the use of
> the projector).
>    There have been discussions of how to improve the
> Turing room, and as the corners don't work too well for
> table work areas, one thought has been to build some kind
> of shelf to store stuff for the use in the classroom,
> including demo computers, projector stuff, and
> accompanying audio stuff, along with white board supplies
> and whatever else people feel would support classroom use.
>    In addition to that and whatever else is in the room,
> I have a bin of electrical parts and tools from my stash
> that I use to improve Noisebridge's electrical systems. It
> has a tarp over it.
>    Note that when we moved into the space we have had a
> build-out policy that people doing work to improve the
> space can leave their tools there if they label them. My
> tarp has served so far as a label. The electrical work
> (and some other things) is not done.
> On Thu, 2012-02-16 at 17:33 -0800, Tom wrote:
> > In Turing right now, there are a number of things that look like
> > towers, amps, and other blackbox electronic doohickies. If they are
> > your, please put them on your shelf: that's what it's there for.
> > Turing is not a storage space. If the items are not removed after next
> > week's meeting, I plan to do-ocratically remove them.
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