[Noisebridge-discuss] Elevator stuck in the basement?

spinach williams spinach.williams at gmail.com
Tue Dec 10 03:16:29 UTC 2013

isn't the building shared?

On Mon, Dec 9, 2013 at 7:06 PM, Jake <jake at spaz.org> wrote:

> Al,
> The elevator surely was stuck in the basement because someone took it down
> to the basement, left the door open, and did not come back up with it.
> This is probably because they were sleeping in the basement.  This should
> not surprise you.
> I am not sure what to do about it.  I think one option is a camera down
> there, to visually identify anyone going down there so we can ban them.
> another option would be to put a key-lock on the elevator control panel,
> so that only authorized people can go into the basement.  Noisebridge
> doesn't have a need to go into the basement, but i suppose we could keep a
> copy of the key anyway.
> if anyone else has a suggestion shoot.  Whoever has access to the
> landlord, consider asking them if we can put a lock on the basement button
> and provide them and the other tenants with keys.
> I could put a numeric keypad on there, but it would only have one code and
> word would eventually get out.
> -jake
> Al wrote:
> Does anyone know what's up the elevator? It was working last night, but I
> know from 7am to this evening (and most likely currently) it's been at the
> basement level and won't respond when called (most likely because the door
> is open).
> Does anyone know what's up with it? Should we contact the landlord?
> -Al
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