[Noisebridge-discuss] Member shelves solution suggestion
andrew at pachakutech.com
Sun Apr 14 19:00:40 UTC 2013
That loft space is currently being used as a bed space, so nix that... I
like the idea of extra shelves, but would adore the existence of lockable,
rentable cages. We have the capital, and it would be an income stream...
On Apr 13, 2013 2:36 AM, "Mitchel McAllister" <xonimmortal at yahoo.com> wrote:
> --- On Sat, 4/13/13, Rachel McConnell <rachel at xtreme.com> wrote:
> > I can speak to this. That
> > stairwell is not part of Noisebridge proper. It goes
> > all the way down and exits to the right of the
> > grocery. It is technically supposed to be a fire exit,
> > BUT the grocers have locked the bottom door as they use the
> > corridor down there for storage (fruit as I recall).
> Thank you for your response, that answers our questions quite handily. I'm
> not sure how I could have gotten a quicker, more informative response.
> > Can I interest you in the OTHER stairwell, under the dj
> > booth (or whatever it's called now)? That one goes
> > only to the 2nd floor, but the door at the bottom is nailed
> > shut. Or was last I checked. It's a lot smaller
> > though.
> > Rachel1.0
> The issue we identified with that stairway is that it is very narrow, and
> people find it far too convenient to toss
> things-that-we-will-never-see-again down there (don't look - you'll thank
> me for this advice). Looking at it, putting shelves along the wall would
> not leave much room to get up and down the stairs to access the shelves.
> I'm not sure if the issue of accessing the shelves during classes in Church
> bears mentioning.
> We briefly looked at the idea of using the loft (over the utility room).
> For a variety of reasons, that gives me a severe case of the icks.
> - Reverend Mik McAllister
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